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My two favorites!!
My father and I figured we.
The newest Harlem Shake spoof.
I don't see any talent here or any cleverness beyond some odd costumes. I guess it's just me, but this is pretty pathetic as a craze.
Another half way decent one.
Union Harlem Shake
...says the guy with a fucking Phish song as his screen name. Breathe deep, let college kids have some fun and enjoy being retards for 32 seconds.
Due to its popularity on youtube the Harlem Shake is the #1 single on Billboard's Hot 100 this week.
I hope the radio countdown shows have fun playing the original 3 minute garbage version of this track.
I listened to the whole song once. At BEST parts of this song could be incorporated into a remix song of some kind played at bars/clubs. The song in its entirety is complete garbage.
Anyone who listens to a group that produced trash like "bouncing round the room" needs to pipe down.
"losing Caleb Benenoch is a blow that Dantonio will never recover from. Izzo has lost it as well. Hoke and Beilein own the state."
"Look at this. An entire generation of Cinderellas, and there's no glass slipper coming." -- Mother in ALMOST FAMOUS
Funny thing is, if you've heard the 30 seconds in all the vids, you've pretty much heard the entire track. I was expecting more, but the entire thing is pretty much built on redundancy. There seemed to be some bad sequencing going on as well.
So if the Filthy Frank video in my post is the "first" Harlem Shake vid (that started the trend), who actually did the first with one with the format of a person dancing which then edits into a group of people being all wacky, and ends in slow motion?
And did NPR really call the HS music "dubstep"??
I must be crazy to be in a loony bin like this.
We got your requests and we listened. See all the sides of BangBros, from the boring people who sit behind computers all day (hey that's me..) to the people at our production studio making our videos happen.
Several students were suspended from Milford High School for recording a controversial video of the a dance craze sweeping YouTube.
That is really fowl.
It's time for someone to do one where all of the participants jump over a shark.
I thought their headquarters were in a van.
Other than the duck, I don't see anything wrong with that. It is hilarious what administrators key on to punish. Teenagers having fun and pelvic thrusting?? OMGZZ!! Think of the children!!
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Oh no. VIP Harlem Shake...I better subscribe.
Or you could just go up 8 posts where Fletch already posted the same thing.
Apparently the good folks of Harlem don't appreciate all these Harlem Shake videos where no one is actually doing the Harlem Shake in the video.
Warning: actual dancing to the rhythm in the following vid.
btw, I like the song remixed here.
I DO NOT OWN THE COPYRIGHTS OF THE SONG OR VIDEO (ALL THE RIGHT GO TO THE OWNER ) THIS IS FOR EDUCATION PURPOSE ONLY
CREDITS GO TO https://www.youtube.com/user/JayShaApz?feature=watch
Harlem Reclaims Back The Harlem Shake
The Real Real Real Harlem Shake
The Harlem shake, originally called the albee, is a dance introduced in 1981 by a Harlem resident named "Al B". The dance was initially referred to as "albee" after his name, but later became known as the Harlem shake as its prominence grew beyond the neighborhood. The dance became mainstream in 2001 when G. Dep featured the Harlem shake in his music video "Let's Get It". "quoted from Wikipedia"
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