On Friday, i-D – in conjunction with Diesel – premiered their new video The A-Z of Dance, showcasing the world's most popular dance styles. Some, like twerking and the Harlem Shake, have exploded into staples of the zeitgeist and become iconic for a variety of galvanising reasons, whereas others are perhaps somewhat more alien to many, like the wobble-kneed Chicken Noodle Soup or the dextrous-digit insanity of the Finger Tut. Soundtracked by Le1f's 'Wut', the Brooklyn rapper's fantastically addictive sax-slathered dance-rap calling card, it's a mesmerising melange of kinetic prowess and eyeball-popping moments.

Garbed up in Jogg Jeans, the latest concoction from the Diesel scientists, each shape-cutter demonstrates the flexibility and durability of the garments. Normally, if you tried doing an arabesque in denim, you'd split your crotch a gaping hole (ooh, matron), but donning Joggs, which fuse jersey and denim, you can prance to your heart's desire.

On April 10th, between 2pm and 4pm, Diesel will be holding auditions in their Covent Garden store in London, with those chosen becoming a part of the one-of-a-kind follow-up to the A-Z of Dance. Stars of the first instalment will also be there – including Nicole 'The Pole' Williams (who recently strutted her stuff in Rihanna's 'Pour It Up' video). Or, alternatively, you can pop your clips across Twitter/Facebook or the myriad other social networks using hashtags #joggjeans and #iDdance.

So if you fancy yourself a modern-day Baryshnikov, Astaire or Isadora Duncan (or indeed, if you think the Death Drop should be replaced with 'Dad Dancing'), then put on your red shoes and dance the blues. Or, y'know, whatever you like, really.