Subscriber Account active since. Walk into almost any middle school or high school, and nine out of 10 kids could not only tell you what the "Renegade" dance is but most likely perform it. The viral dance made popular on TikTok is a testament to the app's power and influence over today's trends and pop culture. TikTok users across the country are getting signed to management companies and TikTok choreographers are being asked by notable artists to promote their songs on their account. The Chinese-created app has taken the world by storm as it's grown from a video sharing app for today's youth, to a multi-generational content sharing platform for creatives in dance, film and music. One of the biggest aspects of the app is the ability to create dances to remix music or popular songs and then "hype" yourself in the hope of going viral and having other TikTok users attempt your choreography on their own accounts. For those who aren't on the app, there are quite a few dances that have spilled into mainstream pop culture, with millions of people participating in viral challenges daily.
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CNN The Renegade is one of the most popular dances on social media right now and the teenager behind it is finally getting credit, thanks to a tweet from K Camp. Tell the blogs eat it up! Chat with us in Facebook Messenger. Find out what's happening in the world as it unfolds.
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She trains in all the traditional ways, taking classes in hip-hop, ballet, lyrical, jazz, tumbling and tap after school at a dance studio near her home in the Atlanta suburbs. She is also building a career online, studying viral dances, collaborating with peers and posting original choreography. Recently, a sequence of hers turned into one of the most viral dances online: the Renegade. Teenagers are doing the dance in the halls of high schools, at pep rallies and across the internet. Some of the latest from Taylor Lorenz :. TikTok, one of the biggest video apps in the world, has become synonymous with dance culture. Yet many of its most popular dances, including the Renegade, Holy Moly Donut Shop, the Mmmxneil and Cookie Shop have come from young black creators on myriad smaller apps. Most of these dancers identify as Dubsmashers. They then post or cross-post the videos to Instagram, where they can reach a wider audience.