By now, you've probably seen Drake's truly remarkable dance moves in his new video for "Hotline Bling."
His side shuffle has been compared to a drunk mother dancing, a drunk grandmother dancing, everyone's drunk uncle at a wedding and innumerable other types of intoxicated dancing.
Yeah, his moves may not be smooth, but so what? Drake does have one great thing going for him in this video: Like Beyoncé, he is always on beat.
The new Twitter account, @DrakeDancing, is proof that no matter what song you put on, Drake will always find the beat. Check out a few of the recent videos proving this hypothesis:
Drake dancing to the "Charlie Brown" theme song:
The Charlie Brown Theme #DrakeAlwaysOnBeat #DrakeIsAlwaysOnBeat pic.twitter.com/1BeBt9Sz86 — drake dancing to (@DRAKEDANClNG) October 20, 2015
Drake dancing to the "Rugrats" theme song:
Rugrats Theme (credit: @zapriot) #DrakeAlwaysOnBeat pic.twitter.com/rBQDes5uhw — drake dancing to (@DRAKEDANClNG) October 20, 2015
Drake dancing to Justin Bieber:
Justin Bieber - What Do You Mean #DrakeIsAlwaysOnBeat #DrakeAlwaysOnBeat pic.twitter.com/01H4urv6jH — drake dancing to (@DRAKEDANClNG) October 20, 2015
Drake dancing to the "Frasier" theme song:
Drake dances to the Frasier theme quite nicely. pic.twitter.com/GK0X6iTlsz — Mark (@tole_cover) October 20, 2015
Drake in a chunky turtleneck really can do no wrong.