'Harlem Shake' song behind viral dance trend turns 10 年

ザ・ song that swept the nation その間 2013 has just reached its 10th birthday.

Harlem Shakewas released by Harry Rodrigues, a producer and DJ professionally known as Baauer, 5月に 22, 2012. The name of the song was inspired by a line from Philadelphia rapper Plastic Little’sMiller Time,” which was itself a reference to a dance move made popular in the 1980s in Harlem.
早めに 2013, a group of Australians released a video credited with shaping the format of the dance craze: 一人, surrounded by seemingly oblivious bystanders, dances solo to the song for 15 秒, often pelvic thrusting or otherwise dancing with repetitive, jerky movements. Then the beat drops, and everyone joins in with bizarre, flailing dance moves and sometimes elaborate costumes or other variations on the trend.
      The trend quickly took over the internet, with groups like the Miami Heat, English National Ballet, and even a squadron of the Norwegian Army all releasing their ownHarlem Shake” ビデオ. American indie rock duo Matt & Kim won a Guinness World Record for largest-everHarlem Shakeafter they brought together a crowd of 3,344 to dance to the song.
        Harlem Shake turns 10 今日. It feels like such a simpler time,” wrote Rodrigues in an Instagramの投稿 marking the anniversary.
          I remember when it first became a meme it felt out of my control and I didn’t like itNow I have 10 years perspective I see that it brought people together and made people happy, which is the best thing I could ask my music to do.




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