Drake’s ‘Toosie Slide’ Is Literally Just a Moonwalk Tutorial and You’ve Been Doing it All Wrong

by Jeremy Spirogis
Drake’s ‘Toosie Slide’ Is Literally Just a Moonwalk Tutorial and You’ve Been Doing it All Wrong

Drake’s “Toosie Slide” is without doubt one of the greatest songs on this planet proper now. However, many individuals in all probability haven’t related the dots to note that within the track, the rapper isn’t educating listeners to do a brand new dance, she’s telling them the right way to do Michael Jackson’s moonwalk!

ATLANTA, GA – DECEMBER 17: Drake attends OVO Chubbs Birthday Celebration at Allure on December 17, 2019 in Atlanta, Georgia.(Photo by Prince Williams/Wireimage)

The rapper explicitly stated that it was concerning the dance

The video for Drake’s newest single, named for social media sensation and dancer, Toosie, was set to incorporate him in addition to dancers Ayo and Teo, however they had been unable to be in it because of social distancing amid the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Toosie, together with different dancers like SheLovesMeechie, toured with Drake on the Summer Sixteen tour.

Several followers have made posts on social media about how the refrain of “Toosie Slide” is educating a dance that may really be interpreted to be the moonwalk, Michael Jackson’s iconic dance. It makes whole sense as a result of the track additionally has the road, “I can dance like Michael Jack-son.”

While individuals on social media could have simply realized that the track was concerning the moonwalk, Drake really revealed the main points of the track’s conception not too long ago on Instagram Live. He appeared on a dwell stream from OVO Mark.

Drake stated, “When I first made that song I was only talking about the moonwalk. But Toosie made a dance to that s**t, I didn’t know it was gonna be a dance song like that.”

He continued, “We’re just having fun getting warmed up. Album’s on the way.”

Fans react to the revelation

Some followers had been completely shocked and shocked that the “Toosie Slide” was about doing the moonwalk. Others, nonetheless, conceded that the hints had been there all alongside.

“I know he has a dance to it but he’s really describing how to moonwalk in toosie slide. Y’all know how to moonwalk? Right foot (heel) up, left foot slide…left foot (heel) up, right foot slide. Plus the MJ references. Clever if you ask me,” tweeted one person.


Looks like Drake simply proved that he may make a track particularly for TikTok challenges and pay homage to Michael Jackson on the similar time.

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