After you watch this incredible dance routine from a group called The Royal Family, you’ll want to press play on it again. The clip, from 2015, has racked up over 175 million views on YouTube.
The Royal Family is a dance crew from the Palace Dance School in New Zealand, founded by choreographer Parris Goebel. They’ve won the World Hip Hop Dance Championship three times in a row.
The Royal Family’s Amazing Dance Routine
The video above shows The Royal Family performing at a World of Dance event in Los Angeles in 2015. The group is made up of male and female performers with some seriously impressive moves.
The Royal Family’s performance lasts for 10 minutes, and features a medley of popular songs by artists like Rihanna, Beyoncé, Lady Gaga, and Missy Elliott. The dancers also subtly adjust their costumes throughout the routine.
Their dedication to dance is obvious from how meticulously timed and fast-paced their performance is. It’s clear from the applause and cheers that the audience enjoyed it, and the video’s comments are also overwhelmingly positive.
YouTube Goes Crazy For Royal Family Dance Crew
With almost 200 million views, it’s clear that people love this dance routine. And one look at the comments confirms it. “I feel like this dance is more organized than my life,” one commenter wrote.
It sounds like people have watched the video multiple times over the years, as one fan commented, “Trust me, this isn’t your first time seeing this.” The comment has received 40,000 likes, so people seem to agree.
The Royal Family also has a million followers on Instagram, where you can keep up with what they’re doing. They recently debuted a virtual experience reliving past performances, which can be purchased here.