It’s crazy to think that just 3 years ago, TikTok didn’t even exist.
Now, 500 million users are visiting the app every single day!
How did this happen?
DANCE VIDEOS OF COURSE. 💥
In 2018, dancers around the world began posting TikTok dance routines, challenges, and skits that invited everyone to join in on the fun.
While this explosion of content is great for the dance community's growth, you might not wanna spend hours looking for quality accounts.
Read the list below, so you can spend less time searching and more time double-tapping.
If you’ve been a fan of dance videos for a while, you’ve probably already seen some poppin’ content from The Williams Fam.
Considered viral video veterans, The Williams Fam is a squad of 4 brothers who post playful TikTok dances and some pretty legit choreo too.
Count on the Fam for the perfect mix of funny, relatable dance videos that still teach you a thing or two.
You can even learn some of their secrets for creating your own viral content in this video below!
Wanna make a TikTok dance routine with your fam but not not sure how? Read this to start.
Have you ever felt awkward about dancing in public?
Well, Michael Le is here to inspire you to get buck wherever you want.
He started out as a professional dancer, but found his niche on TikTok by busting out his dance moves in hilariously unexpected locations.
Catch Michael and his crew of dancer friends grooving in malls, gyms, traffic jams, and TikTok feeds near you.
The fact is, Fik-Shun is just a natural entertainer.
He started his dance career as a Las Vegas street performer before going on to win Season 10 of “So You Think You Can Dance” at just 18 years old.
Follow Fik-Shun on TikTok for a mix of creative dance challenges and hype performances featuring Popping, Waving, and Animation.
And if you’ve always wanted to dance just like Fik-Shun? Download the STEEZY Studio app and take his Masterclass right in your living room!
AKA “robo-babe”, “barbie-girl”, and “queen tut” – Dytto is a professional dancer and social media icon.
While she’s fairly new to TikTok, her millions of fans have begun signing up to the app just to catch her TikTok-exclusive content.
In her short time, she’s already mastered the most popular TikTok content formats and featured other well-known TikTok creators on her feed.
We’ve probably watched that ^ video starring her and her boyfriend Zaya Sosho at least 9,312,437 times.
And speaking of Zaya Sosho...
Feel like your TikTok feed is a little bland?
Allow Zaya Sosho to serve you some sauce.
Leader of TheFutureKingz dance crew, Zaya is known for his swaggy dance routines, silly sense of humor, and signature move – the Kangsta Wok.
Ever since he shared the Kangsta Wok with Billie Eilish, it’s become a viral sensation on TikTok and cemented Zaya as a creator to watch.
Watch this full video to learn more about how Zaya came up with the move!
One of the coolest things about TikTok is that it brings dancers of all backgrounds together.
While the app is best known for its Gen Z users and brand new dance fans, there’s plenty of OGs and household names crushing it there too.
Enter: The Jabbawockeez.
One of the most famous dance crews of all time, The Jabbawockeez skyrocketed to stardom after winning America’s Best Dance Crew in 2008.
Since then, they’ve had a residency in Las Vegas and spent their downtime creating dance videos that blend humor, aesthetics, and sick choreo.
Even though they became popular a decade before TikTok, the Jabbawockeez fit right in.
Ok, yes – this one includes two dancers, not one…
But we couldn’t bear to separate this STEEZY Studio instructor duo!
TikTok is all about viral, repeatable content, but Konkrete and BDash stand out not by copying, but by innovating.
Between their over-the-top costumes, creative challenges, and sick editing, these two Krump masterminds are consistently pumping out new ideas.
And if you wanna learn how to start dancing like these pros yourself, click here to access their classes on STEEZY!
Lots of us get our first introduction to dancing through reunions, weddings, and afternoons spent copying music video dances with siblings.
Phil puts a spotlight on this familiar experience through his series of classes called “The Parent Jam”, where he invites families to learn dance together.
“The Parent Jam” resulted in SO MANY heart-warming videos that Disney is launching a family dance competition show based on it!
But if you haven’t already subscribed to Disney+, catch Phil Wright’s adorable videos of families jamming out together on TikTok.
You'll get a little something sweet to break up the rest of your foire dance videos and goofy memes.
Many dancers on TikTok love to use playful editing to create interesting visuals, but Phillip “Pacman” Chbeeb takes things to the next level.
He relies on the body itself to create all sorts of cool, geometric shapes and unique perspectives.
If you’re a fan of Cirque Du Soleil, body contortion, and videos you can share with your friends that are like nothing they’ve ever seen before…
Pacman is the man for you.
And if his content leaves you feeling particularly inspired?
Head over to STEEZY Studio to learn his dance routine to “Bury a Friend” by Billie Eilish!
(Note: stretching beforehand is strongly advised 😅)
Wanna continuously discover dope dancers on TikTok?
Follow “World of Dance” – the creators of a global dance competition that attracts movers of all styles.
Consider their account to be your older, cooler dance friend who shows you which dancers you should check out and follow yourself.
As the dance community grows, it’s always nice to have a trustworthy guide to introduce you to everyone from OGs to up-and-comings!
See related article: How To Positively Contribute To The Growing Dance Community
We hope you now feel ready to upgrade your TikTok feed with videos from the dopest dancers in the game!
Follow all 10 of these accounts and the algorithm will reward you with even more great content on your “For You” page. 🙏
And if you don't just wanna watch dope dancing, download the STEEZY Studio app and start taking class with the best of the best.
You'll be creating your own share-worthy dance videos in no time. 😎