Ricardo Walker is a dancer and a Michael Jackson impersonator with almost 300,000 subscribers on YouTube. The dancer routinely performs to the King of Pop’s music, and now he’s created a fabulous video of himself dancing to the late singer’s most famous songs. Ricardo made this video himself and his three talented backup dancers performing a medley of Michael Jackson’s greatest hits. All of your favorites are here, and it’s impossible not to boogy in your seat a little once they get rolling!
Michael Jackson was an artist who inspired all the dancers in the world, from a ballet dancer to a hip-hop dancer. Everyone was once impressed by the famous '' moonwalk '' and was touched in some way by his unique talent for dancing. This video is about it, about the incredible legacy he left us in regards to dancing. We are thankful to Michael for the constant inspiration and we just know that everyone will enjoy this video.
Whether you’re a fan of Michael Jackson’s music or not, there’s no denying that he left his own footprint in the history of music and popular culture during his career. In the video, Ricardo and his crew represent the same kind of clothing Michael wore when each hit song hit the charts, including that famous white sparkly glove, those white socks worn with short black pants, and a fedora.
They start with the singer’s early hits, including “Don’t Stop Till You Get Enough,” “Beat It,” “Wanna Be Starting Something,” and everybody’s favorite, “Thriller.” They then move on to later hits like “Billie Jean,” “The Way You Make Me Feel,” “Bad,” “Smooth Criminal,” and others.
In just a few minutes, this talented group covers an entire catalog of Jackson’s music, and they look amazing while doing it! They make those hip thrusts and moonwalks look easy, which is no mean feat considering what an accomplished performer Michael Jackson was during his lifetime. They successfully imitate Jackson’s legendary dance moves that revolutionized the music industry.
He had this incredible technique which he perfectly accomplished the gravity-defying move by leaning his body forward to a perfect 45-degree angle, while keeping it completely straight. We will be forever fascinated by his dance moves and he will be forever the King of Pop.
Each iconic and irreplaceable move will never be topped. How could they be? They were revolutionary. A special kind of rhythm fueled his choreographies in music videos and live performances. He had, after all, been an international superstar since the age of 6, right up until the day of his untimely death in 2009. Standout songs like "Thriller," "Beat It," and "Bad" are required listening for anyone who claims to know anything about music.
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