The blending of music styles and dance moves influenced by many factors which are then personalized by a choreographer, makes it impossible to define Funk and Hip Hop styles unambiguously. Vogue also includes other forms of dance moves such as: Modern jazz, ballet, gymnastics, martial arts, break dancing, yoga ... Locking includes quite a lot of acrobatics and physically demanding moves, such as landing on one's knees and the split. The dance included a lot of lines, poses which was mostly inspired by film stars of 1930s’ and other technical design movements of hands that you wouldn’t definitely find in the bunking. A battle is a freestyle where dancers 'fight' against each other on the dance floor without contact. Today whacking and bunking is experiencing a “rebirth” in different forms. Uprock is a soulful, competitive street dance using the rhythms of Soul, and Funk music. Many dancers have ‘twisted’ popping or electric boogie and put in their own moves. Electric Boogaloo is more like mime in the sense that it imitates a live wire of electrical current or rippling river, but it still needs the control of The Robot to give it style.
Although the two are often physically similar, the mindsets of each are vastly different. Generally a Street dance routine can include locking and popping, street style and funk. Inspirational material for the dancers were fashion magazines like Vogue, Elle ... which often drew inspiration from photos of extravagant models. Over the years, the dance evolved into the more intricate and illusory form that is now called “vogue.” Liquid dancing or liquiding is a form of gestural dance that sometimes involves pantomime. Show was danced in the 70s and early 80s. Dancers began to represent it on television and it became well-known thanks to Soul Train. It was originally called “presentation” and later “performance”. Electric Boogaloo is more like mime in the sense that it imitates a live wire of electrical current or rippling river, but it still needs the control of The Robot to give it style. It is primarily the dancers’ arms and hands which are the focus, though more advanced dancers work in a full range of body movements.