He walks up to the dance floor and puts down a mic. When the music starts, it’s electrifying.

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He walks up to the dance floor and puts down a mic. When the music starts, it’s electrifying.

Filmmaker Stewart Maclennan and dancer Kenji Igus take us on a journey into the world of tap.

First, explaining it as a percussive instrument and embodiment of freedom. Then, delving into its history and evolution as an art form. And finally, making the connection to hip-hop and rap.

Simply stunning at 5:12… and 7:15… and 10:42…






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