If there’s one thing New Yorkers know, it’s that anything can (and will!) happen on the subway. In a video that’s going seriously viral online, Bronx, New York native Wiz The Kid proved that fact as only he can.
Wiz The Kid has been making waves as a hip hop dancer since he was just 17, when he appeared on season 8 of “America’s Got Talent.” His specialty is an energetic, athletic form of dance that incorporates jumps, flips, and other outrageous moves that must be seen to be believed. Now 23, Wiz can be found performing in and around New York City, on stage, city sidewalks, and yes, subway cars.
Along with his crew of fellow dancers, Wiz put on a show in one subway car that has now been viewed over 71 million times on Facebook alone. The video features a group of young men, lead by Wiz, doing a series of incredibly acrobatic dance moves on a moving subway car.
Just when you think they can’t come up with a wilder dance move, one of these guys proceeds to flip over backwards and blow our mind. They use the subway’s poles like a gymnast might use the rings or uneven bars, taking their dancing to new heights. Through it all, the music of Johnny Dior provides the perfect beat for them to boogie down.
At one point, one of the dancers manages to get his leg behind his head, but he doesn’t stop there! The talent displayed on board this subway car is truly remarkable, which is probably why the video spread around the web so quickly. In fact, the clip even caught the eye of Ellen Degeneres, and Wiz and the guys recently journeyed to California to appear on the Ellen show and show off their moves.
See Wiz The Kid and his friends in action for yourself in the video below, and be sure to share this incredible talent far and wide.
Not your average train ride 🔥🙌Kid The Wiz
Posted by UNILAD Sound on Tuesday, November 13, 2018
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