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Similar styles of dance are known as mapouka in Ivory Coast, and other styles can be found in Tanzania, Southeast Nigeria, Uganda and Kenya to name a few.However twenty years earlier, twerking had widespread appeal in black party culture throughout the hip-hop/rap region known as The Dirty South, including New Orleans, Memphis, Virginia Beach, Miami, Atlanta, and Houston.