Jason Momoa Rocking Out In A Toronto Record Store Is Everything We Needed Today (VIDEO)

These dance moves are giving us life.
Jason Momoa Rocking Out In A Toronto Record Store Is Everything We Needed Today (VIDEO)

One Toronto record store just got the A-List endorsement of a lifetime.

Jason Momoa is in Toronto filming his AppleTV+ series "See", according to Deadline, and it seems as though he's been having a pretty amazing time. 

In a video posted by Cosmos Records, the Hawaiian actor can be seen boogying his worries away.

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Listening to Syl Johnson's Different Strokes and holding up a few records by the American blues artist, Momoa sings (and thrusts) along with the song while laughing. 

This isn't the first time he's visited the record store, either, so he's clearly a fan of the place.

The Aquaman and Game Of Thrones actor has been in Toronto for some time now, and he's clearly living his best life.

Momoa has been spotted at Ozzy's Burgers, cycling through the city and even renting Harley Davidsons down in Cambridge, ON.

If he keeps dancing like that, Toronto is never going to let him leave.

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