The routine is performed by a trio of men with bright colored costumes which are themed to be costumes from some airport. P1 is a marshaller. He has black dreadlocks in a ponytail, orange noise-cancelling headphones, some facial hair on his chin, a black necklace, a sky blue tank top, yellow workman pants, a black and yellow jacket tied around his hips, and magenta shoes. He also holds a pair of paddles used to lead large planes onto the "J-line" of the tarmac runway, which he throws away before the first verse. P2 is a pilot. He has a small black mustache and is wearing a blue pilot hat, dark sunglasses, a magenta polo shirt with a black tie, blue work pants, a black belt with a silver buckle, and black shoes.
Numa Numa (video)
THE REAL NUMA NUMA DANCE - Videos - Metatube
Top definition. Dragostea Din Tei. The real title of the song is often ignored in favor of the newer one, and is unfortunately virtually forgotten. It's Dragostea Din Tei. So take that and shove it up your NUMA.
THE REAL NUMA NUMA DANCE
Response to original numa numa dance? The first time I saw numa numa was like three weeks ago on ebaums world. I later saw the "Mario Hii", on falshplayer so I'm pretty sure that was not the original. Now I need a new book.
Listening to this song conjures images of a distant future where these beats might be accompaniment to neon nights of drinking and dancing, just like before. Then based in Romania, they sat back as the track became a European super hit, remaining at the top of the Eurochart Hot for twelve sun-baked weeks between June and September Here, we see an audacious dream sequence, where the O-Zone boys are transported back in time from a comic book-style metropolis, hijack an empty commercial plane, and celebrate the ease of their daring heist by dancing on the wings of the plane for the remainder of the video. Tekken-like animations materialise, spliced between mundane clips of the boys in the studio.