Lil Uzi Vert, Ski Mask The Slump God and More Show Off Viral Dance The Woah
Hip-hop is never short on new dance moves and the latest one taking over the landscape is the Texas-based Woah dance.
Who exactly created the dance is arguable, but most fingers point in the direction of either Dallas artist 10K Cash or DJ Dangerous. In the past few months, rappers like Lil Uzi Vert, Ski Mask The Slump God and more have been seen cranking that Woah on social media and YouTube.
Travis Scott famously did the dance during his appearance on Saturday Night Live as part of a hilarious skit in which he played the role of renowned back-up dancer Lil Bang Bang.
The skit provoked the ire of Houston rapper Sauce Walka who believed La Flame should have showed the dance's creator love by bringing him along for the sketch. "You gon' go to Saturday Night Live and do them niggas' dance and don't put them niggas on there and don't even like they picture," Sauce reacted on Instagram. "These little kids still in the hood hustlin' tryna figure out how they gon' pay they bills! But you on national television usin' this man's shit to get paid."
Travis and Sauce ended up talking it out, but the uproar only added to the buzz of the popular viral dance craze.