Video Edit By Km Music
1) Mavis Everett – Hari kari
2) SOFIA AL – After dark
3) SOFIA AL – Daddy Dance
4) SOFIA AL – Flip the funk
5) Clipe do Passinho – Todo Mundo Aperta o Play
6) elena cruz – Shuffle
7) Hikaru – Cosplay meets Melbourne Shuffle [GER]
8) Josy Shuffles – NYC – Times Square Dance Practice
9) Rebelindustry – Feelin’ alive shuffle
10) genousse – shuffle
11) Shuffle_Cutting Shapes genousse
12) Elena Cruz-Nichipor – E & V Shapes
13) Elena Cruz-Nichipor – Pump Up The Jam
14) Josy Shuffles – Just Some Casual Electro Swing Shuffle
15) Sven Otten – JustSomeMotion (JSM) – The Multiple JSM
16) Rebelindustry – Touch it
17) Shuffle Cutting Shapes _ Coreografia _ Diiih Ferreira Feat Miih Nogueira ( Bad Wolf )
18) Best Shuffle Cutting Shapes Couple – Diih Ferreira & Andressa
Eiffel 65 – Move Your Body
Eiffel 65 – Living In A Bubble
Eiffel 65 is an Italian pop music and dance music group consisting of Jeffrey Jey, Maurizio Lobina and Gabry Ponte. They are mainly known for their high-charting singles “Blue (Da Ba Dee)” and “Move Your Body”, and their 1999 studio album Europop. Their following two albums, Contact! (2001) and 2003 self-titled album, did not have significant international success, but charted in Italy.
“Move Your Body” is a song by Italian group Eiffel 65. It was released as the third single from their album Europop, on 30 November 1999.
“Move Your Body” is a bubblegum techno and disco song played in D minor at a 130 BPM. It has dance-oriented sounds and uses the same pitch-shifter based distortion as the vocals from the previous single, “Blue (Da Ba Dee)”. Group member Jeffrey Jey claimed that the song “had tried to recall the original spirit of the dance, understood as a vehicle to bring together and communicate with people.”
Entertainment Weekly said in a review of Europop that “Move Your Body” was hard to be called a “timeless masterpiece,” but was impossible to hate it. The song was included on SputnikMusic’s review of the album as an example of Eiffel 65’s poor ability at writing lyrics. Billboard called it a “kitschy electronic number” and commented on “the song’s catchy melody, addictive lyrical redundancy, and the familiar computerized voice of the trio’s Jeffrey Jey”.
The single was licensed to several labels for international release; In the UK it was licensed to Warner Music Group’s Eternal label, in the US to Universal Music Group’s Republic, in Germany to BMG Berlin, in France to Scorpio, in Spain to Blanco y Negro, in Australia to Central Station, and to Valentine and Avex in Southeast Asia.
The song achieved huge success in many countries, topping the charts of Austria, Denmark, France, Italy and Spain. However it could only chart at #36 on the Billboard Top 40 Mainstream, which was a disappointment compared to the #2 placing of its predecessor.
Elia Habib, an expert of the French charts, noted the great efficiency of the song on the SNEP chart, since it was strong enough to dislodge the massive hit “Mambo No. 5 (A Little Bit Of…)” and to resist to its competitors, which prevented Eiffel 65 to remain a one-hit wonder, and enabled the band to become the first one to get its second number one single in France.