How to keep your lap dancing in style

The most popular dance genre on YouTube, lap dancing, is a form of dance that involves the use of an elastic band to pull dancers’ arms back, while their legs remain on the ground.

According to YouTube, there are more than 100 million lap dances in the U.S. every month.

While the videos are often accompanied by dancing, some are also filmed in the privacy of home, with a sound system, a camera, and an assistant behind the scenes.

(Some videos, like one in which a dancer is led down a long runway in a high-rise building, are filmed by someone wearing a mask.)

The dance has long been embraced by celebrities, including Beyoncé, Katy Perry, and Jennifer Lopez.

But while some videos have been viewed millions of times, there’s still a long way to go to become popular.

(The top-ranked video on YouTube is the one with the most views, with more than 5 million.)

The key to creating a video that resonates with a new generation of dance fans, said Rachel Lepp, a dance instructor at the Centre for Dance in Sport, Sport & Health at York University, is to be “very direct and to be very honest and transparent.”

“I want to give them a feel of the kind of fun that they can have with this, not just dance, but also music, and music, so they can be part of the movement,” she said.

If you can’t do that, you need to be more direct, said Lepp.

For example, she said, “You need to say, ‘You can’t dance like that.

This is not the kind.

That’s not what we want you to do.

That is not how you dance.'”

This is especially important in countries with a strong hip-hop culture.

Lepp said it’s important to avoid “inappropriate language,” which often gets interpreted as “mashing up” the hip-hoppers with the dancers.

“When you do that you’ve kind of ruined your dancers,” she added.

“So you can have that kind of thing in your videos, but then it becomes an insult to the dancers.”

And don’t use clips of dancers performing a choreographed dance to encourage people to tune in to your video, she added, adding that a lot of dance videos are produced with just a video camera, sound system and a video assistant behind-the-scenes.

For more information on how to make your video stand out, check out this list of tips for creating a hip-hip dance video.