I'm going to start hanging out in hallways more often if this is what goes on there.

Meet Lil' Buck and Prime Tyme, two of the nation's foremost practitioners of Memphis Jookin, the dance style you see in this video. In reality, they are two cousins, Charles "Lil' Buck" Riley and Ron "Prime Tyme" Myles. After learning jookin from his sister in Memphis, Lil' Buck studied ballet for two years at Tennessee's New Ballet Ensemble, leading to the style you see here. In 2011, Riley and his cousin Myles performed with Yo-Yo Ma and others, and Spike Jonze captured it on his cellphone and uploaded it to YouTube (see below). Since then, they have travelled around the world and Lil' Buck even performed at the US-China Forum on the Arts and Culture in Beijing. But here, they merely make magic in the polished hallways of the subway station below Lincoln Center (the home of NY ballet and the Julliard School), and in what looks like the valet area beneath a large NYC hotel. 

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