9/1/18 O&A NYC GOING BACK TO AFRICA WITH Walestylez: P-Square – Alingo


P-Square perform Alingo named after the Nigerian popular dance craze. Continue reading

8/14/18 O&A NYC BACK TO AFRICA WITH WaleStylez: Masaka Boys Dancing Viva Africa

Uganda’s BET winner Eddy Kenzo introduces yet another sensational kids’ dance group called Masaka Boy who have done justice to the song Viva Africa. Masaka Boys have shown great potential and the sky is no longer the limit.  Continue reading

8/4/18 O&A NYC GOING BACK TO AFRICA WITH WaleStylez: Cypher Afro Dance

DJ Flex lends his song She Don’t Text (Afrobeat Freestyle) to this Cypher Afro dance.  Continue reading

7/24/18 O&A NYC GOING BACK TO AFRICA WITH WaleStylez: Lava Lava- Gundu

Gundu is a Swahili word which means unlucky.Lava Lava’s past relationships have been characterized by uncertainties and this time he is simply casting away the bad luck. Continue reading

7/10/18 O&A NYC GOING BACK TO AFRICA WITH WaleStylez/DANCE: New Dance Moves From South African

The Kongoma Dance Group shows off new dance moves from South African.  Continue reading

6/29/18 O&A NYC GOING BACK TO AFRICA WITH WaleStylez: Mr. P – Ebeano

Peter Okoye, also known as Mr P. has released the visuals to his latest single, Ebeano. It is the singer’s first single as a solo artist following the break up of the iconic pop group P-Square. The video which is shot in a factory sees a lot of dance moves in typical P-Square character as Peter Okoye displays his traditional break dancing steps with an infusion of the trending Shaku Shaku in an exchange alongside his son, Cameron, who makes a cameo to give the video a unique appeal.

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5/5/18 O&A NYC GOING BACK TO AFRICA WITH WaleStylez- DANCE: Top 10 Countries in Africa with the Best Dancers in 2018

By Adewale Adekanbi

Africa’s diversity is reflected in the dances. The dances in West Africa are quite different from what you’d find in East Africa or North Africa. For example, in a lot of West African dances, bending the waist is a common feature. In Ethiopia, there’s a dance that involves vibrating the neck and shoulders. In the savannah of East Africa, a lot of the traditional dances involve jumping with a straight, stiff back. Continue reading

4/15/18 O&A NYC GOING BACK TO AFRICA WITH WaleStylez: African vs Jamaican dancing compilation 2017


The dance off between continents Africans vs North American’s Jamaicans- who’s better- you decide! Continue reading

2/27/18 O&A NYC WILDIN OUT WEDNESDAY: Olamide – Science Student (Official Video)

 Nigerian hip hop recording artist Olamide has released a new video for his Science Student single. The song ushered in a new trend called the Shaku Shaku dance/sound. Continue reading

2/10/18 O&A NYC GOING BACK TO AFRICA WITH WaleStylez: How To Dance Like An African

By Adewale Adekanbi Jr.

How To Dance Like An African displays popular dances from across the African continent. Dances includes Pantsula (South Africa), Kuduro (Angola), Stonkana (Botswana), Borrowdale (Zimbabwe), Gumboot (South Africa and Swaziland), Azonto (Ghana), Chimwemwe (Zambia) and many more. Continue reading