字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント After a week of viral clips and promo across social media, Drake finally dropped his newest dance track, “Toosie Slide.” TOOSIE: He sent me an idea like, "Oh I came up with this idea, I got this song. See if you can come up with a dance to it. We sent it back so quick, within like 45, 50 minutes. That's what shocked him. Like what? When he seen it, he fell in love with it. He's like, Yo this is it. That's Toosie, one of the four dancers featured in a viral dance clip, along with Ayo, Teo and Key. The four of them spoke with Genius News about the process of making up the dance They all began as viral dance stars on Instagram, and now they're responsible for helping Drake's newest song go viral before it was even released. The version he sent versus the final version was totally different. The song wasn't finished. It had one verse. And it wasn't Toosie Slide, wasn't none of that. So when he sent that back, we like, "Whoa.” Toosie had previously gone on tour with Drake and Future for the Summer Sixteen tour. But now he and his friends are back in the spotlight with Drake after a clip of the four of them dancing to the unreleased version of the song went viral. “Toosie Slide” is just another song in Drake's recent arsenal of songs-turned dance challenges, including “Nonstop” and “In My Feelings.” Many have applauded the rapper for thinking in terms of virality first, and Drake even jokingly mentioned and possibly teased this Tik Tok approach earlier this year in the music video for Lil Yachty's song “Oprah's Bank Account.” Drake: I love all the little diddys, all the little jingles that the kids are doing on their Soundcloud or or the other thing Yachty: Tok take? Drake: That's right. And according to Toosie and the crew, going viral online could be the new way to go. From the beginning, when we were just making dance videos back years ago we were doing it for fun, we were accidentally breaking these records. They were like, "Wow, every time they dance to my song, it goes up." So people started to catch on to that like, "When kids dance to the record and it goes viral and everyone's making a dance video to the song it blows up. And for them, “Toosie Slide” was something This is one of them ones you could hear it 30 years from now and still get the groove in. I'm dancing to this at my wedding. The track, produced by OZ, has Drake flexing in typical-Drizzy fashion, and it's his latest in the line of surprise drops in 2020. In the music video, we see Drake hit the “Toosie Slide” a few times while walking through his massive brand new mansion, similar to his video for “When to Say When & Chicago Freestyle." With the popularity of the song and the dance growing more and more each day, Toosie, Ayo, Teo & Key are all excited for an amazing opportunity. People who've been waiting for a long time for something like this to happen, like the whole dance culture and community, they're all the way behind us because finally we're getting our shine. Finally we going to get our recognition and this could open up doors for other dancers that's doing what we doing. TIA: And they even managed to give us a lil tutorial. If you wanna learn more about “Toosie Slide,” check out the song page on Genius.com. What the fuck are you doing? We gotta hit it before its time! Are you tryna be famous or not?