King Of Beat Ya Feet CRAZYLEGZ Gives Justin Timberlake a Quick Tutorial Response To His New Song
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Justin Timberlake Apologizes to the Go-Go Culture for His Failed Attempt to 'Beat Ya Feet'

WASHINGTON - eMusicWire -- Last weekend, Pharrell Williams held his 'Something in the Water' Festival in Washington, DC and during the Pharrell and Phriends set (backed by Go-Go band Black Alley), Justin Timberlake attempted the popular DC dance 'Beat Ya Feet' in what is a now comically viral video. Following an immediate social media backlash, Timberlake quickly issued a video apology for the failed attempt. He made light of the situation with some comedic relief, blaming his khakis and each of his feet for the dance debacle.

John Pearson, better known as CrazyLegz, a native Washingtonian is revered as the 'King' of the hip-hop fused dance style known as Beat Ya Feet. Beat Ya Feet is an art form originating in DC that has evolved overtime through creativity and performed mostly to Go-Go music, a rhythmic, percussion dependent style of music which is the official music genre of DC. Beat(ing) Ya Feet has become a staple of DC's dance culture and requires a talent for intricate footwork.

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CrazyLegz and his creative choreography has been featured on hit shows such as MTV's America's Best Dance Crew and FOX's So You Think You Can Dance. CrazyLegz was challenged by The Shaderoom to create a response to Timberlake's apology in hopes of potentially teaching him how to actually beat his feet by the originator which has been recently featured.

In the CrazyLegz video response (https://www.instagram.com/p/CfQSJ2tO_cc/?igshid=MDJmNzVkMjY), he is performing to his new single, 'Don't Matter' featuring TOB & Kacey of Black Alley, now streaming on all music platforms. Stream or Download your copy of 'Don't Matter' today.

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