The Way You Move

The Force Of The Funk Is Strong With These Dancers During Their Routine To Iggy Azalea's 'Team'

Gettin' down one at a time or all as one.


Jose Hollywood — the New York City choreographer originally from Puerto Rico but now based in Los Angeles — has worked with some of the biggest and brightest stars in the music industry. According to his website, he's helped the likes of Jennifer Lopez, Beyoncé, Nicki Minaj, Chris Brown, Ciara, and Rihanna move to their respective beats.

But his in-demand talents don't only excite the stars. He also knows how to get his students hyped, as evidenced during a recent class at Hollywood, Calif.'s Millennium Dance Complex. There, Hollywood taught attendees a routine he created for rapper Iggy Azalea's song "Team," which recently peaked at No. 42 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart

The toe-tapping rap-pop hybrid brought out some of the dancer's fiercest moves. 

First, there were some solo steps shown off by Hollywood himself.

Then there were some scene-stealers in the crowd, especially this little one.

But since the song is called "Team," it seems only fitting to have a troupe throw down some in sync moves.

Are we the only ones who are ready to sign up for one of Hollywood's classes?

Fortunately, if you're not in the Los Angeles area, you can pick up the footwork by watching the above clip, which features the routine four times, but performed by different people: twice with solo dancers and twice by groups.

Trust us, this is one you'll have on repeat. Happy dancing!

Cover image: Jose Hollywood via YouTube


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