Introduced by Atlanta rapper Yung Joc on his debut single, "It's Going Down," the dance "The Motorcycle" swept the globe during the height of hip hop's snap genre. The wrist-jerking, shoulder-bouncing phenomenon, also known as "Joc-In," had everyone from young kids on the block to famed actor Tom Cruise moving. In 2006, The Motorcycle was nominated for Best Hip Hop Dance at the BET Hip Hop Awards.

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