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This Lady Dancing to a Beatboxer's Masterpiece Has More Moves Than You

Entertainment | Gabe Zaldivar | May 27, 2015

This Lady Dancing to a Beatboxer's Masterpiece Has More Moves Than You

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When happening upon a local busker, you can greet them with the usual nonchalance or timid head bob that works in tandem with the beat. Or, if you are awesome, you can do what this lady does.

Lost at E Minor spotted the following video that features the rare moment when the routine becomes the truly extraordinary.  

Thanks to some sick beats and a festive audience, walking the dog turned into a brief lesson on how to properly (Read: Wildly) cut a rug in Brussels, Belgium.

Details are scant at the moment. So if you know this lady, please let her know that we appreciate the unbelievable dance education.

The video was uploaded to YouTube by beatboxer Power Beat, and it has over five million views as of this writing.

And we can see why. It has just about everything you want in a video: The beatboxer is delivering a command performance, and it works in tandem with the last thing you would expect in such a scene.

At one point the lady even loses the leash, because sometimes the beats are so sick that you forget what you are doing.

And we have all been there. Whether at a nightclub or in our own home, a song comes on and the melody takes you away and you just have to dance.

You are inevitably faced with the sights and sounds of local buskers when traveling. Sometimes you give change to show your appreciation, and other times you meander past with the indifference of a person who has a train to catch.

Might we suggest something a little different? Lose the inhibitions and shake a tail feather; you might just end up on YouTube.

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