Three Norwegian Performers Stun With Their Original Dance Routine

by Anna Halkidis
Anna is a native New Yorker who loves concerts, travel, good coffee, and her Jack Russell terrier, Charlie. She’s a multimedia journalist who earned her master’s degree from the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism. Her true passion for telling stories keeps her inspired.

These three performers are sure to blow you away with this one-of-a-kind routine.

Quick Style – comprised of Bilal Malik, Nasir Sirikhan, Suleman Malik – takes originality to another level, much like those unbelievable tap-dancing twins from Argentina.

Not only do these talented dancers from Norway perform wearing Asian conical hats, but they also have moves that will have you watching from start to finish.

“The name of the style, ‘Quickstyle’ came from how they combined different urban dance styles in harmony with all types of music and perform it in sync with each other,” the group writes on its Facebook page.

That shows in this video below where they dance in sync in a dimly lit room with a mix of Japanese, Chinese, and Vietnamese, as the group explains. And just wait til the beat picks up around the 1:20 mark – simply amazing!

The “concept video” has more than 3 million views on YouTube along with thousands of comments from impressed viewers.

“No matter how many times I watch this it never gets old!” one viewer wrote.

Another said, “This has to be one of the best things that I have ever seen.”

And when you watch it, I’m sure you’ll agree with them.

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