The Florida A&M Marching Band Performing T-Pain’s Dance Floor Is So Lit


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  • Florida A&M’s Marching 100 Band is famous nationwide and never fails to put on a show.
  • Even in last night’s basketball game between two losing teams, they blew the roof off the gymnasium and it was awesome.
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When it comes to college marching bands, there are very few that go as loud as the Florida A&M Marching 100. Since its inception in 1946, the Rattlers group has been credited with 30 innovative techniques that have become standard operating procedures for many high schools and schools. college programs.

And they’re absolutely on, all the time.

Due to their impressive technique, crisp formations, and remarkable pace, the band has performed at the Super Bowl (multiple times), the Olympics, and the inaugural parades of U.S. Presidents Bill Clinton and Barack Obama. Needless to say, they are more than legit.

Although the Marching Bands are primarily known for their work on the grill and in the Battle of the Marching Bands, they also show up for their basketball teams. Such was the case Monday night as A&M hosted Jackson State.

Neither team is particularly good this year. However, that didn’t stop the Marching 100 from leading their team to a three-point win over the Tigers.

At one point during the match, the band burst into T-Pain’s classic “Dance Floor” and blew up the place. Unlike football, which is a little more buttoned up, the band members were dancing and singing and going crazy.

It was a party in the stands. Looked:

If you’re not familiar with the Marching 100, here’s how they break it down at football game halftime:

And here’s the band having fun with an incredible selection of songs:

If you ever get the chance to attend a football or basketball game at an HBCU, do it. If not for the product on the field, but for the tape at halftime and in the fifth quarter. The same goes for a Battle of the Bands. Unless you hate fun and good music, they won’t let you down.


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