When the teen approached the statue people couldn’t help stopping to stare.
Hold the shopping bags and cue the dance music!
Ever seen a dance battle break out in the middle of a mall?
What if it’s not just between two humans, but a human and a “statue”?
Well, folks, it’s time to pop some corn because what we’ve got here is a dubstep dance duel that’s not only broken the internet but also racked up millions of views.
So, who’s got your vote?
Meet the contenders: Noster, a.k.a. Noah Kenaley, represents Team Human, while Eclypse, a robotic statue, is the one to watch on the other side.
The stage is set, and as the video rolls, both dancers loosen up with some quick stretching.
Eclypse even offers a gallant hand gesture, signaling Noster to kick things off.
As the beats of Skrillex’s remix of Avicii’s “Levels” pulse in the background, Noster dives into action.
Picture it: his moves are slow yet razor-sharp, a tantalizing blend that draws you in.
A small crowd huddles in the background, their eyes widening with each hypnotic step.
And, oh boy, does Noster speed things up!
His popping techniques sync perfectly with the dubstep vibes, giving him an almost robotic aura.
According to his YouTube bio, the guy’s not just a dancer but also a “musician and artist.”
Well, color us impressed!
Applause fills the air as Noster’s turn comes to an end.
But wait, Eclypse isn’t about to let it slide easily.
He throws a cheeky “you were so-so” hand-gesture back at his human rival before it’s his time to shine.
Now, Eclypse has a unique challenge.
He’s restricted to a small circular platform.
Yet, as he begins his routine, he makes it look like the platform itself is revolving.
That’s right, he turns this limitation into an illusion!
Eclypse’s dance moves are no less than mesmerizing.
Think robot but make it high fashion dance!
He’s a part of The Millennium Robots, a Cincinnati-based street-style dance group focusing on “robotic animation.”
According to their Facebook page, they “represent, do, and respect all street style dances.”
And what about that shiny silver hue that Eclypse sports from head to toe?
It’s more than just a paint job.
The Millennium Robots explain: “Using the silver color as a metaphor to represent our creative ability, we hope to give people the courage to explore and nurture their own imaginations and personal talents.”
While the video doesn’t crown an official winner, it’s undeniable that both Noster and Eclypse have won the internet’s heart.
Posted in 2013, this epic dance-off has garnered over 20 million YouTube views.
Noster even shared an update: “woah. .happy 2020. I never thought this video would come this far at all uploading it but this video jump started my whole YouTube & allowed me start up a whole lifestyle around art, making music and dancing . thank you to everyone supporting me through this journey.”
So, for your daily dose of awesome, hit play and watch these two dance legends battle it out in a shopping center.
Trust us; you don’t want to miss this!
They really know how to give a crowd a good show!
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