The video of the Brazilian Samba Dancing diaper-wearing Baby, Luiz Otavio, is circulating storm on the internet.
The baby seems to be dancing on the kitchen table, and the dancing moves of the baby are so good and clear that many are beginning to question its legitimacy. The little dancer moves the skeleton at an astonishing way. It seems that Samba Baby is a better dancer than 95% of the adults. As he is a better performer than many of the contestants, he definitely should have a spot on a number of different reality dancing television shows.
Amazing Brazilian Samba Dancing Baby Video
People were thinking that the young baby had some sort of coaching from his parents on how to dance to the native sounds of his country.
Baby is dancing the Samba to a number of different Latin-influenced songs that are playing in the background of the video. Some of people have doubt about the video that the video appears to be doctored by a computer or some sort, but that would be quite a bit of expurgation. The clip seems to be real.
What is Samba Dance?
Samba is a lively, rhythmical Brazilian dance and musical genre which was originated in African roots.During the street festivals and celebrations, it is danced as a festival dance. It was first introduced in the U.S. in a Broadway play called “Street Carnival” in the late twenties.
Samba music has a tempo of about 100 beats per minute (50 measures per minute). Fast, three-step weight changes with a slight knee lift, led with alternating feet are included in the basic footwork of the Samba. The basic rhythm is “quick, quick, slow, and.”