Subjective Dance (Subjective Dancing)


move rhythmically to music, typically following a set sequence of steps

a series of movements that match the speed and rhythm of a piece of music

based on or influenced by personal feelings, tastes, or opinions
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Subjective Dance:
a ‘true school’ dance style merging stage and street dance technicality and musicality skills; subjective dancing
Subjective Dancing:

  1. Painting a visual picture for an audience through technical dance movements
  2. Dancing to catch beats, off beats, and key lyrics in music while exhibiting a high I.Q. of musicality and strengths in a particular dance style
  3. Using a Hip-Hop based dance style when dancing to music not of Hip-Hop, Rap, Pop, Funk, or R&B origin and successfully reflecting beats, off beats, and key lyrics clearly through movement.

Subjective Dancer:
A person who exhibits his/her personal interpretations of dance through self-confidence and subjective dancing
Subjective Dance Style:
A term and style created by Hip-Hop dancer, choreographer, creative director, teacher, and coach Gregg “PapiiBDS” Whitlock. Subjective Dance refers to an adept dancer using his/her personal skills and musicality to express their interpretations, emotions, and feelings when catching lyrics, beats, and off beats in music. The art form is expressed through choreography and freestyles with skillful and technical dance movements, reflects the dramatic changes in the intensity vs. subtleness of the music playing, and paints pictures for the viewing audience. See Subjective Dancing.
Also check out Subjective Dance Company