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A couple of my friends made this video, thought it was pretty funny.
Halfoween 2013 will be something like this. Halfoween will be held the last weekend in April in Cleveland, Ohio. Learn more at https://www.facebook.com/pages...
Harlem Shake Cleveland video #2 - In promotion of the new Halfoween Holiday, which will be a lot like this video. Check us out on Facebook: Halfoween Clevela...
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I have seen a few videos like these. What is the story behind them?
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The Harlem Shake is an Internet phenomenon based on viral videos that began to gain popularity in February 2013, following the release of a video by the YouTube comedy vlogger Filthy Frank. The phenomenon spread due to people's efforts to replicate the video. The videos feature the song Harlem Shake by electronic musician Baauer, and a dancing style not to be confused with the original Harlem Shake. Normally, each video begins with one person (often masked) dancing to the song alone, surrounded by other people unaware of the dancing individual. When the bass drops, the camera transitions to the entire crowd doing the dance, often wearing a minimum of clothes or crazy outfits, costumes with wielding strange props. The success of the video was said to be attributed by its break out moment and short length.
Numerous commenters have compared the Harlem shake to the Gangnam Style.
Several websites have been created solely for the purpose of sharing Harlem shake videos.
this just makes it official, I am old. Don't get it...
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