Are you looking for some inspiration to get up and dance?
Look no further than these top 10 African dancers taking Instagram by storm.
With their impressive moves, infectious energy, and vibrant personalities, these dancers are making a name for themselves in the dance world and beyond. As a Black audience, we have always been at the forefront of music and dance, and these talented individuals are no exception.
So get ready to be entertained and inspired by some of the best African dancers on Instagram!
1. Iziegbe ‘Izzy” Odigie
The queen of Afro-dance, she is a professional Nigerian-American dancer and choreographer born in Brooklyn, America. She is a dance teacher in Philadelphia, managing fitness and choreography classes.
2. Incredible Zigi
Real name Amofa Michael, Incredible Zigi is a Ghanaian dance artist and choreographer who specializes in Afro Dance and Hip Hop. He is the founder of the Afrozig Movement.
They are a young group of children based in Nigeria who specialize in Afrobeat and Afro-pop dance.
4. Triplet Ghetto Kids
They are a group of a family of 30 children who are taken care of by Kavuma Dauda in his shelter, where he offers them food and education.
5. Tileh Pacbro
With over 80 million views on YouTube, this Kenyan dancer is a joy to watch. Sometimes he dances with his adorable wife and baby, and his audience can’t help but fall in love.
6. Kamo Mphela
She is a South African singer and dancer who specializes in Amapiano, Gqom, Kwaito, and pantsula.
7. Teboho “Tebza” Diphehlo
Pantsula king and dance teacher Teboho “Tebza” Diphehlo is at the forefront of the Pantsula dance movement and has his dance school in Naledi, Soweto.
Diphehlo also hosts online classes, teaching dance students in Sweden and the rest of the world.
8. Bontle Modiselle
She is a South African actress, choreographer, model, and dancer and owns the Bontle Modiselle dance studio, where she is the choreographer, dancer, and performance director.
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