In , a video of Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte dancing with a couple of teenagers to a loud and repetitive tune full of weird noises and hooks went viral online. The video went on to amass millions of views while Duerte went on to win the presidency that year. The music in the video was called budots and launched into a full-blown dance craze that took over the streets of the Philippines for years to come. Even now, budots songs and the accompanying videos of dance compilations have millions of views online. Film director Jay Rosas was as intrigued as you are right now, and decided to do a little digging. Davao City lies in the southern part of the Philippines and is believed to be where the endemic dance music genre emerged in before going on to capture a nation. Budots took the nation by storm — appearing in memes, TV shows, and news features, even being used in a political campaign by Senator Bong Revilla and of course danced by now President Rodrigo Duterte.
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