Every gesture and movement on stage having a meaning and purpose Is nothing but the truth. No matter what you do stage give it purpose and make sure it fits the song, brand, and concept of the performance. Every performer must demand the stage and force the audience to feel what the artist wants them to feel. In order to keep your fans entertain your movements must mean something. The best example is my girl Beyoncé. When she performed “Naughty Girl” she emphases female sexuality and makes you feel that she is yours and when performed “I Care” I felt the pain and frustration she was in I want to cry for her. She managed to makes the emotion with a simply sit down and using harsh hand and body movements and minimal eye contact. Rihanna is another excellent performer with stage presences. when she want you to feel sex she makes SEX. For "Skin" she used her hands, legs, and back to enhance the meaning and the mood of the song. Justin Timberlake used his female backup dancers to give his song "Damn Girl" a little more flare. His highly actually female background dances wearing sexy outfits dancing like they are trying to get a man made everybody go DAMN! Every back-popping, leg rising, body rocking, seductive stomp made the song even more provocative. Trey Songz uses his body to get all the ladies excited. The way he moves his body with baby-making music shows that every gesture and movement on stage having a meaning and purpose.
Using real performers and real situations is probably the best way to explain that everything you do on stage is a reflection of your song, image, and purpose. No matter what you want the audience to feel their is always away to get it through other than your voice, add more when it is needed and simplify if it’s make since to. Performing is an art that has to be developed over time and through trial and error.