Does anybody remember that there used to be a Pee Wee Herman dance? It wasn't the most complicated dance in the world, but it was fun. It came out right around the same time that Pee Wee's Big Adventure did, and while these days, the aforementioned film sounds like a proper porno, it was actually a movie for children. Damn, parents in the mid '80s sure were lax. There's no way a movie with that title could pass as a kids film today, but back then it did. And there was a piece of vinyl (which I still have) attached to it by a New York rapper named Joeski Love that wasn't just a good song, but actually told you how to do the dance.
Now you can talk about the Stanky Leg or the Ricky Bobby or the Jerk all you want to, but sometimes, it never hurts to delve back into rap music's tween years when it wasn't just about b-boying or poppin' and lockin' but rather certain songs had their own individual dance. After the jump, check out the old school video of "Pee Wee's Dance" as these were the days when hip-hop was a heck of a lot more simple. Even if some of the videos were as low budget as it gets.