Music Videos Featuring Hooping: 10 Great New Ones!

Music Videos Featuring Hooping

Music Videos Featuring Hooping: 10 Great New Ones!

by Philo Hagen

Music artists are turning to hoopers more and more to help spin their releases and music videos up to a whole new level. Looking to add energy and something visually interesting and entertaining to the mix, hooping is always the perfect addiction. It really doesn’t even seem to matter what the music genre is. Watching these 8 new music videos that all feature hooping, you’re sure to see that for yourself. There’s a whole array of sounds in store for you, and lots of great hooping moves and flavors to go with it. With so many new music videos popping up with hoopers in them, we can barely stay on top of it all! So here’s 10 new Music Videos Featuring Hooping that are rising above the rest.

1. The Giving Tree Band: Dizzy Dynamic, aka Alexis Collier from Hooping Idol Season 5, spins up this sweet music video by The Giving Tree Band. There’s some awesome hooping, a little GoPro hula hooping and more. Filmed by Northwoods Revolution. They’re from Yorkville, Illinois, USA.

2. Audio Pharmacy: No Worries – Micco Lumhe Sampson brings his Native American hoop dance talents to “No Worries”. It’s a big favorite here at hooping.org and if you give it a listen you’re sure to see why for yourself as well. They’re from San Francisco, California, USA.

3. Tankman: How We Growl. Rasta Sol lends his vocals to this music video, as do hoopers Jenni “AutumnX” Rac’ca, Alyssa Starfox, Juli Hoop, Nnedi Nebula and more. This drum and bass escapade was filmed in Austin, Texas, USA.

4. Circles and Sounds: Heart Made of Night – Jesse Donovan’s Circles and Sounds presents “Heart Made of Night”, an original epic from their concept album in the Power Metal genre. Hooping by Kara Donovan. They live in Asheville, North Carolina, USA.

5. Yerbaklan: Hula Hoop – Video by Moondog Entertainment. Whether she’s hooping alone at the beach or a whole community is participating in hula hoop choreography, this is a winner with a pop hook that may just get stuck in your head. Yerbaklan is from Honduras.

6. Annie Sollange: I Want U To Know. Annie Sollange has spun up an official music video for Zedd & Selena Gomez’s “I Want U To Know (featuring Manukz & Gkoach). Taking to New York’s Coney Island to film this, there’s a whole lot going on in this with some hooping action too. Video by Michael Pushkarskiy.

7. Petraw: Kafka – Keren Eli is hula hooping in this new music video from Petraw. The video, which also features poi, staff and juggling, is the word of HarastaProduction. You can find these artists from Tel Aviv, Israel, on Soundcloud.

8. The Goodnight Darlings: Alison Fraser of Bernard and Alison spins up her vampire hoop dance sexyness for a gathering of gorgeous, gothic onlookers. Her husband Bernard brings his juggling and more to this vampire circus cavalcade. The Goodnight Darlings are based in New York City.

9. Circles and Sounds: The Doll – Jesse Donovan’s Circles and Sounds are here for a second time, this time for “The Doll”. Hooping takes center stage, as spun up by Kara Donovan. They live in Asheville, North Carolina, USA.

10. I Volta di Elena: Summertime – Italian hoop star Federica Pennetta lends her hooping talents to this music video by I Volta di Elena. They’re from Bari, Italy. We hope you’ve enjoyed these music videos featuring hooping as much as we do.

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Philo Hagen Philo Hagen is the Co-founder and Managing Editor of Hooping.org. He’s been spinning things up online and off since April 2003. Co-Founder of the Bay Area Hoopers and LA Hoopers hoop groups, Philo has performed internationally and has won Hoopie Awards for Male Hooper of the Year and Video of the Year. He lives in Los Angeles, California, USA.

One thought on “Music Videos Featuring Hooping: 10 Great New Ones!

  1. Hello,
    I am in the Tankman video and was not listed with the other hoopers. It would be super awesome if I could be credited for my work, as a contributor along with Juli Hoop and Lady Foxfire and if the company we got hired through, Hot Mess Circus Productions, might be credited as well for their assistance in making this project available to the performers and having provided a platform for the choreographers to have previously studied and honed their skills together.

    It’s awesome to see our work alongside so many other cool videos.

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