Thinking about getting a parrot? You'd better kiss your dreams of being an amateur beatboxer goodbye! This video shows the results of working on your beatboxing around the house when you have a bird just waiting to mimic you.
Maybe next year accompanying everything with dubstep won't be a thing anymore. But it's not next year -- it's 2012, suckers. So here's a guy swinging a sword through a bunch of fruit, accompanied by dubstep music. It probably wasn't their goal, but they definitely make us want to do swing a sword through actual fruit more than play Fruit Ninja on our phones...
Just when we finally thought that dubstep was mercifully on its way out, a new video comes along that breathes life back into the dance genre. And who do we owe for that? None other than cats, the internet's unofficial mascot. We'll get you for this, cats.
Let's face it -- dubstep isn't for everybody. But last week we saw a pretty neat a capella cover of a Skrillex song that just about anybody can enjoy. And now we have vocal contortionist Thomas Middleditch's imitation of the notorious dubstep "drop" that is sure to make you smile. Check it out.
You may not be into dubstep, that dance music genre beloved by the internet, but some cats really seem to dig it. In this video, a cat named Skifcha shakes it head, rolls its tongue and generally freaks out while electronic dance music throbs in the background.
Opinions vary as to whether or not dubstep should be considered music or the guttural rumblings of a malfunctioning robot, but watching this 94-year-old grandma attempt to dance to Excision & Downlink's (yes, that's a real band) 'The Underground' manages to make it not only tolerable, but hilariously amusing.
Now that the world is finally sussing out how exactly we're supposed to dance to dubstep (basically it's like doing the Robot, but way harder), it's time to take things to the next level. Denmark's Robotboys are seen here leading the way.
Dubstep is the hot new dance trend that's sweeping the internet.
The most popular video, featuring Marquese Scott dancing to a dubstep remix of Foster the People's 'Pumped Up Kicks,' has close to nine million views on YouTube. And kids just can't get enough of it.
When we first heard about dubstep, our reaction was something like, "This is dance music? How do we actually ... dance to it?" Dancer NONSTOP (a.k.a Marquese Scott) shows us how in the video below -- unfortunately, we probably won't be able to move quite like him.