1. King Louie “Val Venis” (2012)
This joint was a hit before Louie even recorded to it. Back in early 2012, a grainy YouTube video surfaced featuring Louie performing a new dance he deemed the “Val Venis.” The pelvic-centered shimmy was named after a somewhat-obscure 90s WWE star by the name of Val Venis, who played the part of a perverted pornstar nasty man. Louie’s dance quickly became a viral hit, and was recreated by hundreds of fans on YouTube. It even hit the radar of Sean Allen Morley, the wrestler who played Val Venis.
Louie later recorded a full song based on the dance, that hit so hard it landed Louie a record deal with Epic, where the label fast tracked it as a single and even paid for the big budget video. C-Sick wins again.