A little girl sits placidly in her car seat, listening to “Uptown Funk” by Bruno Mars. She bobs her head to the song, waiting patiently until the beat drops, and then she begins to dance with as much wild abandon as the straps of her car seat will allow her.
Maddie knows her music. She might be small and still riding in a car seat, but she can tell when the beat is coming in a song, and she knows to wait until the beat drops before she boogies down. This toddler loves the song “Uptown Funk” by Bruno Mars, and she knows when to start dancing.
Once the beat drops, Maddie’s hands fling up into the air, as if she cares very much about the rhythm of the song, and she begins to dance. She moves like a born dancer, and it’s clear her parents have played this song a lot during car rides because she knows just when to dance.