New York City is known for birthing catchy dances like the “Harlem Shake” and the “Chicken Noodle Soup”. Dancing machine Andrew Saunders, 18, has added to the long list of New York dance styles with his unique acrobatic dance called “litefeet”. Everyday, Saunders uses the subway as his stage when he shows off his skills for Q Train commuters. DNA Info has the full story.
It’s time to hit. That’s what Andrew Saunders thinks every morning he wakes up. That’s what he lives for.
Saunders, 18, hits the Q train almost every day. He rides the train and performs a dance called “litefeet” with his friends.
WATCH SAUNDERS PERFORM THE “LITEFEET” DANCE ON THE Q TRAIN
Litefeet is a style of dance that became popular a few years ago. It combines elements from dances like the Harlem Shake, the PC Shuffle, Chicken Noodle Soup and others.
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