Memphis Jookin is a global dance culture spanning the top industries in the USA. Its history originates from the Memphis Gangsta Walk featuring G-Style, Crunchy Black, Jaquency and many others dating back to the late 1980’s. From the streets to the stage, Jookin has been recently linked to Michael Jackson via Cirque de Soleil on more than one occasion. Historically, it was re-founded as an Urban Ballet in 2006 by Young Jai, Tarrik Moore, Daniel Price, Marico Flake and by his achievements, Charles “Lil Buck” Riley, down the road. There have been many stars of the dance that pile an explosive industrial resume as a culture. Gino, Bobo, G-Nerd, Lil Black, King Tudy, OG Dre, Dero, Cino, Zeus (RIH), B. Frank, G-Walka, N. Dot, G-Child, Dra'em, and that’s really just to name a few that have created magic with the style of Jookin. There are hundreds of Jooker in the Tri-State area abroad. Barriers have been broken worldwide in social media due to its arrival. Locally Jookin has had a longstanding relationship with the NBA Grizzlies organization, Club 152 on Beale and Red Bull. The style alone has nearly sold out Memphis venues all around the city. Dancers have worked with Pepsi, Apple, Kia, Lexus, NFL, Three Six Mafia, Madonna, Chris Brown, Da Baby, Lil Baby, and many more.
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