Choreographer : Colin Ghys (Bel) & Alison Johnstone (Nuline) & The zezuru Shone People July 2020
NB This song became viral with a tribal challenge dance originating from Zezuru Shona people living in eastern Zimbabwe & bordering Angola, especially in the Murewa, Kizomba na Rua and Uzumba-Maramba-Pfungwe districts. It now has thousands of varying routines. We have included these steps in the 1st 32 counts of this dance and then choreographed an IMPROVER LINEDANCE that fits the phrasing of this great track of music whilst allowing instructors to have the option of having their BEGINNERS on the floor if they simply keep repeating the 1st 32 counts. If choosing this option then you will have all levels always dancing the front and back walls together at the same time…….We set out to maintain and respect the culture of the people, much as choreographers to Irish dance music do with incorporation of Irish steps from Lord of the dance for eg. Smile and have fun �
Walls: 2 wall line dance
Level : Improver
Counts : 64 No Tags/ No Restarts
Info : Start the dance after 32 counts
Music : Jerusalema from Master KG (Feat. Nomcebo) 4’14 Available on I Tunes/ Amazon
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