Once upon a time, everyone was dying to “Shaku“ on the beat, but right now, all you need to be “lit” is to master the Legwork of “Zanku” – Lawal Dimlaw.
This year brought a new viral sensation to town, the “Zanku” dance which requires more effort than the likes of Shoki, Shakiti Bobo, Sekem, Dab and others that we’ve had in the past.
The viral Zanku move swept the nation since its emergence and soon people found they could adapt this move to as many songs.
Not far fetched, music producers and singers across the country now record their music projects to properly suite the rhythmic dance.
Zanku becomes highly rated
Since emergence, Zanku dance swept the nation and soon people found they could adapt this move to other songs.
Singers and music producers switch their melody to suite the rhythmic dance, and at every party, the DJ is cranking up the volume, and on the dance floor, the best Zanku master becomes the celebrity.
Zanku Unveiled As An Acronym
It’s erroneous to believe that Zanku will break the internet because of the energetic moves only, it’s breaking the internet for something else which is new. On Nov 29, a widely followed music page, Trace TV created awareness of the move that was incorporate it into Nigerian music.
Trace Tv announced on twitter that the viral Zanku dance stands as an acronym for “Zlatan abegi no kill us”.
This has got Nigerians talking on twitter, and when it’s on Twitter NG, you know what comes next…. TREND!
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