Incredible teen dancers continue to take the world by storm five years later

Ksenia Novikova
Nov 21, 2018
07:52 P.M.
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These 4 high school boys danced along to classics of many past decades and their performance is a must-watch.


A group of students surprised their classmates on their prom night with an amazing performance that revisited the dance moves of the 1960s, 1970s, 1980s and more.

Teen Titan Crew's dance number was shared on Youtube back in 2013. It went on to become a viral phenomenon with over 2.5 million views.

The show was part of the entertainment for the teenager’s prom night, and the performance took place in Germany. Read more on our Twitter account @amomama_usa.


They wore matching outfits consisting of a pair of brown pants, white shirts, and suspenders, complete with matching black shoes.

The splendidly executed dance routine began with the familiar opening notes of Ben E. King’s classic song from 1960, "Stand by Me." The next song was "Let’s Twist Again" by Chubby Checker.

The music changed every 30 seconds, with a number of iconic hits from different time periods coming one after the other, and the four boys showing new dance moves for each new song being played.


After going through several famous ‘oldies’ like James Brown’s "I Feel Good" and the Bee Gee’s "Saturday Night Fever," the crew went on to perform more recent hits from the likes of Britney Spears and Beyoncé.

The guys ended their presentation with some of the biggest hits of those days, like Carly Rae Jepsen’s "Call Me Maybe" and the K-pop catchy tune "Gangnam Style," by Psy. 


Their classmates also groove right along with them as they were bouncing, twirling, and flipping all over the stage. A lot of YouTubers also placed their thoughts via comments in the video-sharing platform.

Ali B wrote: 'Great job guys. It looks like great fun and you clearly know what you're doing. Since I can't dance to save my life I'll sit back and admire instead.'


'Wow! so cool! I wish I could move like that! ' commented Irving Harrison.

The 4 teens' performance is actually a remake of a similar video called “Evolution of Dance,” which was one of the first-ever viral videos on YouTube.

The "Evolution of Dance" was uploaded by dancer Jason Laipply in 2001. In that clip, Laipply performed dance styles to various songs that have come and gone in the past 5 decades.