Watch These Women and Girls ‘Get In Formation’ Through Tap Dance
The Internet has been poised to break ever since Black History Month. Perhaps the pinnacle of last month was the release of Beyoncé’s new video for the song “Formation.” Since then, the song has become synonymous with Black feminist empowerment and peak blackness everywhere. But now, we have a video of women and girls tap dancing to the song and it is straight fire.
The video, from Chloe Arnold’s Syncopated Ladies features women and girls all of the world moving their bodies, hair, and feet to the iconic song. What is most impressive about the clip is how these women from all different races, ethnicities, nationalities, sizes, and body types have found a single rhythm to help them “get in formation.” It is truly a sight to behold.
Watch the video below.
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