This dance is derived from the movements of roosters during cock-fighting which was a popular hobby and past-time of villagers.
This dance is said to have been developed by a group of dancers from Kangar in Perlis. The song ayam didik is played as an accompaniment to the dance.
One of the pantuns in the song :-
Manalah dia didikku tadi
Padinya tumpah di depan tangga
Manalah dia adikku tadi
adik dok ada di depan mata
Musical instruments used are the violin, gendang dan celempong.