Teenagers when their first hit broke, Louisiana's Lil Josh & Ernest sparked a YouTube-fueled urban dance craze in 2008 with their single "Jigga Juice." They met through basketball but became friends thanks to Ernest's uncle Beelow, a music industry insider who was already aware of aspiring rapper Lil Josh. Beelow first brought the duo into the studio in 2005. Two years later they recorded the "jiggalatin'" track "Jigga Juice" with producer Shonta. With Diamond and Hurricane Chris added, the party cut soon began to catch fire in Baton Rogue clubs -- then YouTube received numerous submissions of fans posting their own videos of the "Jigga Juice" dance. In June of 2008 the video premiered on the BET television network's popular show 106 & Park. ~ David Jeffries, Rovi