We went around the corners of the Internet to bring you the best audiovisual pieces with dance as the protagonist. Videodance is a genre that we love to explore and discover, that’s why we offer you these videos, in which you can find future references on choreographies, freestyle or the wildest and most daring movements of breaking.

Royal Family

There’s no question that Parris Goebel is a world-class talent with something special going for her. Just ask Jennifer Lopez, Justin Bieber, Nicky Minaj, Janet Jackson, and Rihanna — some of the big names who’ve called on her award-winning skills as a dancer, choreographer, and director. She’s the founder of Royal’s Family Dance Crew. 

 Keone Madrid

Visual effects are a trend in videodance, as post-production creates incredible results in videos. Even so, at Linx we are also committed to simplicity. Keone Madrid manages to move us in this video clip using small fragments of mirrors very well placed in the location. An intelligent way to frame the movement to create magic before our eyes.

The A-Z of Dance

Dancers of all stripes demonstrate an alphabet of dance terminology in the video “A-Z of Dance.” The video is a collaborative project by i-D and Diesel and was directed by Jacob Sutton

Kicee Rice 

Kicee Rice trains and dances different dance styles. At just 15 years old she has hoarded a huge crowd of followers (225k) with all her choreographic videos on her Youtube channel always dancing the best hip hop songs. You can feel her passion for dancing!

Maddie Ziegler

She is only 17 years old but her dance videos have been viewed over a billion times on YouTube. As the public face of the reclusive Australian singer-songwriter Sia, little Maddie Ziegler has become one of the most famous pre-teens on the planet.




They were the first winners of the well-known American program America’s Best Dance Crew, broadcasted by MTV. The group has different styles (hip-hop, b-boying, popping…), but their staging is spectacular. And the masks? They do it so that the audience notices their performance as a group, and not as an individual person.