Skerrit Bwoy Teaches the Art of Daggering Just in Time for Saturday's Major Lazer Show

In order to prepare for Saturday's Major Lazer concert at Grand Central, Skerrit Bwoy and Fader have conveniently released an instructional video explaining daggering. If you aren't familiar with daggering it's basically simulated sex (at least, we hope so) on the dancefloor. It's definitely not for shy people or the faint of heart.

In the video, Skerrit Bwoy explains several typical daggering dance moves by order of difficulty including "The DJ" and "The Chopper." Our favorite, by far, is "The Jump-Off," which also happens to be the most difficult. Gold star to anyone who at the very least attempts this move Saturday.

​That's not all though. If you need more Diplo and Switch also have new EP coming out July 20 called Lazers Never Die, which feature two brand new tracks "Sound of Sirens" and "Good Enough" as well as three remixes of tracks from their debut Guns Don't Kill People... Lazers Do by Buraka Som Sistema, K.L.A.M., and Thom Yorke of Radiohead.

If you are still scratching your head asking yourself Who the fuck is Major Lazer? Don't worry, we've got you covered there too. Check out this week's print edition in which we spoke to Switch about his side project with Diplo, and the criticism and praise they've received.

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