Express yourself on the battlefield.
By popular demand, the Dab emote is included as one of the rare character emotes that is equipped with the Fortnite Battle Royale video game.
Contrary to the definition given by the Oxford Dictionary, the Dab dance is much more than the simple act of nudging your friend with your hand while attempting to gain their attention. The Dab emote dancing style is depicted by a character that crooks its elbow across its face while bowing its head and looking towards the direction of the elbow crease. Although there were conflicting reports about the origin of this popular dance, it is widely believed that the Dab dancing style emerged from the Atlanta hip-hop scene owing to the popular 2015 “Look At My Dab” music video by the Migos group. The dancing style usually involves their opposite arm in a straight and parallel direction.
Other notable artists that played a major part in the widespread popularity on the Dab dancing style are Peewee Longway, Jose Guapo and Rich The Kid, who released a viral YouTube dab video tutorial that was viewed over 2million times.
With this cool emote, you can flaunt your impressive winning streak in the Fortnite Battle Royale video game and confuse your opponents in a way that they could not have expected.
How to Get
Fortnite Battle Royale Dab emote is available in a wide array of skins and can be bought from the Cash Store for 500 V-Bucks only. Before you get started with your game, you can equip yourself with 6 emotes/emoticons which will be available on the Emote Wheel whenever you press the “B” button on your PC while the game is running.
Shop Rotation History
Dab rotation history in the Fortnite Shop. Below you can see the first and last time when Dab could be bought from Item Shop, also how many days it was seen and the dates list. This cosmetic item can be re-added in the future, so check the store regularly.
If you like to see rotations history for other cosmetics item, please check our shop rotations page.