What Is The Harlem Shake?

Have you learned the newest dance craze sweeping the Internet? From the “Today” Show anchors and crew to the “On-Air With Ryan Seacrest” radio staff, everyone across the country can’t ignore the Harlem Shake.
The 30-second dance meme begins with one dancer moving to “The Harlem Shake” by Baauer. Halfway through, the rest of the group joins in by moving, shaking and frantically dancing.
According to YouTube trends, the meme first started gaining traction when a vlogger named “Filthy Frank” uploaded a silly video with his friends. As of February 11, around 12,000 Harlem Shake videos have been created receiving more than 44 million page views.
It’s not too late to learn the dance and join the party. Get inspired with some memorable Africa editions of the Harlem Shake below.

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