Litefeet also referred to as "getting lite" is a type of breakdance / street dance / vernacular dance that emerged from Harlem and the Bronx, New York in the early 2000s. Litefeet is the heir to breakdancing / b-boying emerging in the 1980s.
The Harlem shake is commonly incorporated into Litefeet, as is the “Chicken Noodle Soup, the Tone Whop (often mistakenly named the "Toe Whop"), and the Aunt Jackie. Moves often include: footwork, popping, shuffling, tutting, hat tricks, and shoe tricks.
Well-known teams include: WAFFLE, MonzterInc,Brotherhood, 2Real Boyz, Team Rocket, Demon, and Bwreckfast Club. 
Litefeet is also the name of the music played along with the dance, often fast-paced 100-BPM rap beats and drum kits. HANN, M-Lyve, Kid the Wiz, Fliqht, BSN, Faro, AG the Voice of Harlem, DJ Webstar, and Young B are some well-known Litefeet music producers.
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- Bonesco, Lily (January 6, 2015). "Documenting New York's Recently Criminalised Subculture of Subway Dancing". Vice i-D.
- Jackson, Reed (August 27, 2015). "SOUND OF THE UNDERGROUND: How New York's Litefeet Producers Are Making Sure It's Showtime In The City". Vice NOISEY.
- Henderson, Garnet (July 22, 2014). "The Dance Enthusiast Asks Lite Feet legend Chrybaby Cozie". Dance Enthusiast.
- "SOUND OF THE UNDERGROUND: How New York's Litefeet Producers Are Making Sure It's Showtime In The City". Vice NOISEY. August 27, 2015.
- "Litefeet", a Mini-Documentary About the Recent Criminalized Art of Subway Dancing in New York City. Viewing NYC. January 2, 2015.
- Video: "Getting Lite under New York City."
- Video: Making Waves on the Track: Lite Feet in NYC. Fuse TV.
- Video: Dancers perform on New York's subway despite arrest threat BBC News.