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WATCH: '100 Places of Dance' and Experience Chicago With Swagger and Style

Entertainment | Gabe Zaldivar | June 08, 2015

WATCH: '100 Places of Dance' and Experience Chicago With Swagger and Style

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Not that travel demands dancing a ditty everywhere you go. It’s just that doing so instantly takes your video from ho-hum to classic.

Digg spotted the latest masterpiece from the internet’s Matt Bray, the young man who regaled the world with his “Napoleon Dynamite” impression with a YouTube video entitled “100 Days of Dance.”

It was basically Bray dancing in his bedroom, but delivered in a clever and truly masterful manner.

Well, this time around he traipsed outside his room to show off the splendor that is Chicago, including stops at the iconic Cloud Gate (or The Bean, if you like) and Willis Tower skydeck.

Here is how to do Chicago if you have the time and talent:

It’s far less exhausting to tour a city by cab or public transportation, but it’s far more entertaining to travel by pure, unadulterated funk.

Bray explains his channel and hopes for his videos on YouTube: “... this channel is about living life to the fullest and having fun. I document myself having a blast with my friends crossing things off of my bucket list. The name ProjectOneLife comes from the old saying ‘You only live once,’ and my mission is to try and make my one life great. My goal is to encourage others to create their own bucket lists and hopefully motivate them to accomplish their list items.”

And really, we travel aficionados are doing much of the same, attempting to fill our life with as many experiences and wonderful memories as we are afforded.

Anyone who has walked the streets of Chicago can attest that there is a certain need to dance to the energy of the city anyway.

Bray just managed to take that sentiment and put a literal spin on it.

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