It’s been 13 years since The Jabbawockeez won the first-ever America’s Best Dance Crew competition on MTV. Since then, they’ve thrived, performing regularly at places like the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. Over the past couple of years, they’ve taken to YouTube to upload dance routines to specific, entire songs. Their most recent is a performance to Mac Miller‘s “What’s The Use?”
The Jabbawockeez have choreography for every single second of the track. Three out of the four active members deliver killer moves throughout the video, which is set inside of a fake house. The funky grooves of the track itself allow for some brilliant maneuvers, and the creativity only escalates until the end.
It’s extremely impressive that they’ve been able to maintain their prolific careers for over a decade, while still keeping the choreography fresh. Tomorrow, The Jabbawockeez are set to release a new dance video to “Pound Cake,” by Drake.
You can check out the dance video of “What’s The Use?” by The Jabbawockeez below. Enjoy!