‘Dabbing’ is a dance move believed to have originated in the Atlanta, Georgia rap scene. In addition to that, ‘dabbing’ is being used as a generalized term to say that someone is self-assured.
Who invented dabbing dance?
Back in October, Cam Newton sparked a nationwide dance craze by hitting the ‘Dab’ to celebrate first downs and touchdowns. Though the dance was created by rap group Migos, and first introduced to the NFL by Bengals running back Jeremy Hill, Newton is widely credited for making the dance popular.
What is the point of dabbing?
The expression is also a term for smoking butane hash oil and extracting 90 per cent of the THC (the primary ingredient in marijuana). Some have said the dance move is supposed to represent sneezing, something that often happens to people when they’ve taken a lot of cannabis.
What year was dabbing popular?
Yet the dance move that caught fire in 2015 and rose to arguably its greatest prominence when Cam Newton did it as a touchdown celebration during the 2015 and 2016 NFL seasons remains something you’ll still see from time to time in the wild.
When was dabbing dance invented?
The Dab was introduced to the Migos and Quality Control by Peter Thomson (Coach K was present at the time). Musicians on the Quality Control Music label had claimed the dab was invented by rapper Skippa Da Flippa and had origins in the Atlanta hip-hop scene in the 2010s.
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