As propounded by Agnes de Mille "To dance is to be out of yourself. Larger, more beautiful, more powerful. This is power, it is glory on Earth and it is yours for taking". This favourite and excellent quote is very true since this enthusiasm is depicted mostly in every dance and almost every individual across the globe regardless of age or sex.
As such, a video captured and circulating on the internet reveals a young school boy dancing moves in school. In the boy was vivid that, the school boy danced very excellently to one of the most popular music sang by Black Sheriff known as "Second Sermon" popularly known as 'Kwaku Frimpong'. Also, this school boy with his uniform on him had teachers sitting behind him who were viewing his momentous dancing moves.
Moreover, several individuals admired his dancing skills and tactics and as such, rained some amount of money on him to encourage him.
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