Harlem Shake Original New Version (HD)

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SONG NAME: Harlem Shake - Baauer
*ALL COPYRIGHTS go to Baauer or whoever is in charge. This is not my song*

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tags: sometimes i fist myself with two loafs of bread hoping to turn into an inside out really fucked up looking sandwich so i was walking down the street and this shit stain came out of the bushes and was like "HEY, WHERE ARE YOU STAIN TONIGHT?" and i responded with "HAHAHA THATS FUCKING HILARIOUS JK I'M GOING TO FUCKING KILL YOU" and i did lol my favorite vegetable is my brother because he was in a car accident. Harlem shake but on Large Scale-- I do not own the music or the clips they belong to their owners---
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Harlem Shake Universeety of Texas Edition The Harlem Shake is a dance that originally began in Harlem, New York. Since its beginnings it has spread to other urban areas and became popular in music videos. The announcers at the Entertainer's Basketball Classic at Rucker Park will tell you that the modern day Harlem Shake was started by a man by the name of "Al B" (nickname Sisqo or Cisco).

Al B was an alcoholic that would do the dance upon request. Because of its founder, the dance was originally called the "albee" in Rucker and Harlem, but then later became known as the Harlem Shake.

Al B is quoted saying that the dance is "a drunken shake anyway, its an alcoholic shake, but its fantastic, everybody appreciates it." He said it comes from the ancient Egyptians and describes it as what the mummies used to do.[2] Because they were all wrapped up they couldn't really move, all they could do was shake. Harlem Shake is based on an Ethiopian dance called the Eskista.

Al B states that he has been doing the Harlem Shake since 1981. The dance first caught on at the Entertainer's Basketball Classic or EBC and spread from there to other areas.
Though starting in 1981, the Harlem Shake became mainstream in 2001 when G-Dep featured the dance in his music video "Lets Get It".

The Harlem Shake is commonly associated with a similar dance move called The Chicken Noodle Soup. The Chicken Noodle Soup evolved from the Harlem Shake and exploded into popularity in the summer of 2006 when DJ Webstar and Young B brought it to the mainstream.
The dance is referred to in the CunninLynguists song, "Old School" and in Nelly's song, "Dilemma."

A band from New York City took the name of the dance and dubbed themselves "Harlem Shakes." Their debut album Technicolor Health was released March 24, 2009.

On February 2nd, 2013, several parodies of DizastaMusic's video were uploaded by YouTube users TheSunnyCoastSkate and PHL_On_NAN, the latter of which went viral on February 5th, amassing 300,000 views within 24 hours and prompting further parodies, including some by the staff of several Internet companies. People also dance the Harlem Shake on Omegle by the username Joshpalerlin Here is the Top 10 :

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