10K Caash and his partner @dsmooth66 (on social media) have been pushing this dance on us. It consists of a "lock" held for several seconds gradually evolving into more relaxed hand movement, what you do with your feet is completely subjective, this on appearance alone. The dance craze may not be quite as frenzied as Shiggy's "In My Feelings" challenge or say, something like the "Nae Nae" or the "Macarena." 

The dance steps are based around a Lil Uzi Vert song that 10k Caash leaked himself through an app called Triller about 2 months ago. The updated version rapped by Lil Uzi called "The Woah" resurfaced on June 24 as a "leak." Though it seems "The Woah" will not make it past the cutting room floor, the song does exist for a reason: to restore the joy of dancing with the devil.

10 hours ago, Uzi posted a video of him and 10k giving his followers a crash course in "The Woah." A bedroom setting permits both "performers" to get into character without hazarding the pressure of a stiff crowd. Uzi's interpretation of the dance is slightly more "glitchy" than advertised, but 10k is in no position to refuse a celebrity endorsement.   

Who rocked it better?