- Graduation ceremonies tend to be quite formal
- But many commencements at mostly black universities in the U.S. were sparked up
- The college youngsters decided to swag surf their way to graduate life!
The joy of black graduates showed in recent commencements at many mostly African American universities, such as Howard and Langston, is completely contagious.
Many decided to dance their way into their lives after graduation, by swag surfing during their ceremonies –and the result was exhilarating!
The moves these graduates made at their commencements were inspired by the “Swag Surfin” song, performed by the hip hop group F.L.Y. (Fast Life Yungstaz). Some call this rhythm “the most culturally impactful one-hit one wonder of all time.”
The #swagsurfin hashtag hit an all time high on social media, with hundreds of young people posting photos and videos of their party-like ceremonies. Everyone in the crowd started jamming to the popular tune.
Here are some of the messages these graduates posted:
Watch the video below with young talented artist paints prominent Nigerians: