Best Dubstep Mystery Dancer on YouTube Viral (Video) is Marquese Scott

Filed in Gather Entertainment News Channel by on September 27, 2011 0 Comments

The best dubstep ever YouTube video just went viral. The mystery performer behind the gravity-defying moves is Marquese Scott from So You Think You Can Dance and America’s Got Talent. You’ve never seen it like this before — never.

It starts out like a commercial with a Butch Clancy remixed flow of Foster The People’s “Pumped Up Kicks” playing in the background. Meanwhile, some lone dude is sitting on an iron bench in a courtyard, messing around with his shoelaces — just in mindless thought.

Then, the magic begins. He literally begins dubstepping while still seated! But then he rises and stops as if heading off to class or to his whip parked off camera or something.RemoteKontrol

The music plays on and ole boy moves effortlessly about on the pavement like he’s on stage at a Cirque de Soleil show in Las Vegas.

According to CBS News, his dance moves are just “mind-blowing.” And that’s definitely an understatement about the best dubstep ever seen on YouTube.

At times, he appears to be moving in slow motion and performing moves aided by trick photography. Remember how Keanu Reeves and Laurence Fishburne got down with those flashy fast, then slow-frame moves in The Matrix? That was hot, just hot!

Several sites posted the video, but the identity of the mystery man performing supernatural dance moves was largely unknown. However, CBS learned Marquese Scott is a member of the REMOTEKONTROLS. If they were not on the map from their television performances, they are now, thanks the Scott’s hot dubstep.

Arguably, it’s the best dubstep ever seen or performed by anyone — period. If you’ve seen better, please post a link below or just share what you’ve seen.

If you haven’t seen it, check out the “Pumped Up Kicks” video after the jump. Butch Clancy and the REMOTEKONTROLS should hook up on a collaboration, right?

Photo: Facebook [group pic]


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