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Soon I will do the “TOP 25 – BEST OF HARLEM SHAKE OF THE WORLD.”
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Here is the Top 10 :
10- THE HARLEM SHAKE ( PEANUTS VERSION )
9- THE HARLEM SHAKE ( TSCS VERSION )
8- THE HARLEM SHAKE ( HOMER SIMPSON VERSION )
7- THE HARLEM SHAKE ( NITENDO – SUPER MARIO VERSION)
6- THE HARLEM SHAKE ( ORIGINAL VIDEO) – (POWER RANGERS VERSION)
5- THE HARLEM SHAKE ( TOYS COLLECTIVE VERSION )
4- THE HARLEM SHAKE ( THE CITADEL VERSION )
3- THE HARLEM SHAKE ( WEATHER CHANNEL NEWS VERSION )
2- THE HARLEM SHAKE ( ORIGINAL VERSION v2 )
1- THE HARLEM SHAKE ( FIREFIGHTER VERSION )
Remember this is the frist top of harlem shakes version.
SONG NAME: Harlem Shake – Baauer
*ALL COPYRIGHTS goes to Baauer or whoever is in charge. This is not my song*
Story of Harlem Shake :
The Harlem Shake is an Internet meme in the form of a video of people performing a skit to the song “Harlem Shake”. Being a meme, the video was replicated using the same concept by many people, which eventually led to it becoming viral in early February 2013, with thousands of “Harlem Shake” videos being made and uploaded to YouTube every day.
The form of the meme was established in a video uploaded on February 2 by five teenagers from Queensland, Australia known on YouTube as The Sunny Coast Skate.
The video started a viral trend of people uploading to YouTube their own “Harlem Shake” videos. The teenagers’ video, in its turn, was a follow-up to a video by a YouTube comedy vlogger named Filthy Frank featuring a part where several costumed people danced to the song “Harlem Shake” by Baauer.