Dancer Marquese Scott moves in ways that don’t seem real

Jordan Chittley
Daily Buzz

A new dubstep dance video that seems to defy every rule of how the body should move has exploded online.

It features Marquese Scott, a.k.a. Nonstop of the dance crew REMOTEKONTROL, as he steps, glides and moves in what appears to be sped up and slowed down at times while aided by trick photography. But it isn't. It's all Scott moving in real time.

If Scott looks familiar it is because he and his crew have appeared on So You Think You Can Dance and America's Got Talent.

In just four days the video has been viewed more than 1.5 million times and is being described as "mind-blowing" by CBS and the "best dubstep ever seen or performed by anyone - period" by Gather.

The native of California says in a short video bio that he first learned about dancing while attending high school in Indiana.

He says he saw a circle of people dancing so he hopped in and embarrassed himself by getting "maxed".

But that first experience just made Scott want to practice more so he would do better the next time he was in the circle.

After high school he joined the military and admits to getting in trouble for dancing when he was not supposed to. A short while ago, he finished his service and was able to pursue dance full time as a career.

The music is a dubstep remix of the single "Pumped Up Kicks" by Foster the People.