It was less a particular dancing series as well as even more of a stylistic theme: a pliable sway, a type of two-step spruced up with silky swagger.
The Shmoney Dance, 2014’s viral craze, compared with the dirty lyrics of 19-year-old rap artist Bobby Shmurda’s advancement struck “Hot Boy,” rocketed the youngster from East Flatbush right into popular culture’s stratosphere.
Then, simply as swiftly as he ‘d got in the spotlight, he disappeared.
“NEW YORK — Bobby Shmurda, a once up-and-coming rapper thanks to a hit music video that popularized the Shmoney Dance, was paroled on Tuesday after spending more than four years behind bars for a drug gang conviction.
Authorities confirmed Shmurda was released from a New York prison amid speculation about whether he would attempt a music industry comeback.
Messages were left on Tuesday with Shmurda’s lawyer. The 26-year-old performer out of Brooklyn had previously called the case a sham.”Source