- A baby's dance moves have endeared him to many on social media who found his act very funny
- Many said that seeing his dance clip was the thing they needed to unwind
- At a point during this performance, the baby fell and still kept a smiling face
A little baby has given positive vibes on social media after a video of him dancing to Dr Dre's song went viral.
In the clip, the toddler responded gladly as Amazon home assistant announced the next song that would be coming on.
Immediately as the track was played, the baby laughed and started dancing. He vibed so hard to the song that he fell.
Many found his dance moves quite amusing, saying that he is the best dancer of the year 2021.
Watch his clip below:
The clip has been seen over 100,000 times with more than 9,000 likes at the time of writing this report.
Below are some of the reactions:
"So cute! My son cruised along furniture & other household parts until one day finally he let go with that same giggle. My lil red head boy is 39 yrs old, but it seems like yesterday. Thanks for the memory."
"Baby said let me get up off this drawer I need both hands for what I'm about to do lol."
"But why does this baby have better dance moves than me?"
"Shorty can barely walk but he know how to bounce. Face got serious and everything."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za earlier reported that a young girl danced to Bella Shurmda's popular song, Cash App in front of the TV.
What amazed many when her clip surfaced on Twitter was that she sang along as she watched the music video. The kid also did the popular hand moves popularised by Zlatan Ibile and combined it with the legwork known as 'gbese'.
@haryur_neeyee said: "Our kids these days na only God fit save them."
@saheedoladimej said: "Who is teaching these kids how to dance nitori olohun... cute though."
@damieikeji asked: "Who are those teaching all these kids how to dance?"
@joebrownMG replied: "Omo these children now them the graduate inside belle ooo... Nothing them no sabi."
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