The Hustle is a catchall name for many disco or nightclub partner social dances which were extremely popular in the 1970s. Today it mostly refers to a type of swing dance based on various earlier forms of hustle and similar in style to East Coast Swing. It is usually danced in 3/4 time, but may also be danced in 2/4. Modern Hustle is sometimes referred to as New York Hustle Click on the link to your right for more information and videos.
One can find guides and tutorials for The Hustle dance by going on YouTube where there is video tutorials on The Hustle dance. One can also read the book The Engineer's Guide to The Hustle Dance.
Let's hustle, we need to leave now.We are about to hustle them out of their money.
I'm pretty sure the hustle was the dance of the 1970's.
Hustle usually means to hurry or bustle. Here are some sentences.Hustle along, we're going to be late!He will have to hustle to catch up to us.I'm going to hustle off and get to class.The hustle was also a disco dance craze back in the 1970's.
The Hustle (popular in the 70's - disco era)
The Hustle dance originated from swing beginning with a simple six count pattern similar to West Coast Swing with a side break , side break , walk walk. Discotheque night clubs around the New York metropolitan area began popularizing the dance in 1974. By 1976 the dance had developed a Latin style with a quicker three count rotation known as the Spanish Hustle ; adopting early patterns from Mambo. Today the Hustle still maintains its three count rotation and Latin styling.
A line dance is a dance that has a group of people who stand in a line and dance repeatedly the same steps. Line dance is usually used in Country Western bars.
Yes, I can think of three meanings for the word hustle. It can refer to hurrying, moving quickly. It can refer to defrauding someone. And there is also a dance called the Hustle (whether anyone still dances it I cannot say, but there is a song called "Do The Hustle" which has not disappeared from memory).
A line dance is a dance with a repeated sequence of steps in which a number of people dance in different groups or a line of people. It doesn't matter of which gender or who the people you dancing with.
A Filipino variation of the hustle. Americans usually refer to the Manila Swing as the Four-Count Hustle (as opposed to the more common and more difficult Three-Count (or Disco) Hustle).The Hustle is a catchall name for several disco dances which were extremely popular in the 1970s. Today it mostly refers to the unique partner dance done in ballrooms and nightclubs to disco music. It has some features in common with swing dance.
V.I.C sings the song and people dance the line dance to it