Marquese "Nonstop" Scott Is at it Again

When Marquese Scott posted an off-the-cuff clip of himself dancing to Foster The People’s "Pumped Up Kicks" a couple years back, it was the very definition of viral: Within days, it had more than 2 million views on YouTube. Today, it has more than 106 million. Even nondancers are entranced by Scott’s mind-boggling animation moves—his control of his body is nothing short of superhuman. The video effectively shot the former Navy member to overnight stardom, and he's now graced stages and screens all over the world.

Now Scott, aka "Nonstop," is back at it again. This time, it’s in service of a Coca-Cola commercial, but it’s still kind of fantastic. For the soda company’s new “AHH Effect” campaign, Scott choreographed a routine for himself and his Dragon House Crew set on the stage of Atlanta’s Fox Theatre. Just ignore the gratuitous coke-sipping shots, and check out the amazing dancing:


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