A double-dose of dance moves from the amazing Marquese Scott
(CBS News) It's been a little while since we last visited with one of our favorite contemporary dancers, Marquese Scott. There hasn't been any real reason for this lapse, I just haven't been wearing my dance shoes to work lately and tend to feel a compulsion to bust a move or two whenever I watch his mad skills on display. But guess what? I'm wearing my dance shoes today... and we've got two brand-spanking-new videos from the man who has created an art form to dancing to dubstep. Go ahead and check out his latest video above: "Robot Love Story".
Wow. Just wow. I mean, seriously, the man seems to defy everything I've ever read on the subject of kinesiology. For that matter, he seems to push the boundaries of physics sometimes. While normally displaying his skills in a solo arena, this time he has teamed up with dancer Marie Poppins in a dance that seems to tell a story of two robots in love, or at least that's what I surmise from the title. Honestly, I was too busy being blown away by the moves on display to really follow the story (and often tend to have the attention span of a goldfish).
And to up the ante of this post, which we always love to do here at The Feed, we've got a second-helping of mind-blowing moves with another new video entitled "Need Your Heart" below. I hope you all are wearing your dance shoes today, too... And to check out more amazing work from Marquese Scott, be sure to visit his YouTube page by clicking here.
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