The Brief: The "Get Back" Pop Smoke Woo Walk on TikTok features creators performing the Woo Walk, which consists of crossing one foot over the other while hopping, to Pop Smoke's "Get Back."
The “Get Back” Pop Smoke Woo Walk on TikTok is marked by crossing one leg over the other while hopping. The Woo Walk dance (and song) was created by New Yorkers Young Costamado, Sosa Geek, Rah Swish, and Fetty Luciano. Among Gen-Zers, the dance is associated with the Brooklyn-bred rapper Pop Smoke after he and his crew performed the choreo in “Dior” and “Welcome To The Party” music videos.
The Woo Walk on TikTok is performed to Pop Smoke’s “Get Back.” At the time of publication, there are over 158,000 videos linked to the sound, many of which feature creators performing the Woo Walk.
Buddy gon’ grrt that, grrt that, brrt that, brrt that
Send shots, make ’em get back
All that chit-chat, chit-chat, riff-raff, riff-raff
My n*ggas ain’t into that
It began trending on TikTok after creator @Glizzygawkgawkking shared a video performing the dance with the caption “Woo Back Wednesday” on June 23. It received over 1.2 million likes and 8.2 million views.
WOO BACK WEDNESDAY ⚡️#perth
Others performing the “Get Back” Woo Walk:
Gang wayyyyy‼️#fyp #foryou #foryoupage
this goes out to all the meme pages that posted us xx #fyp