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Harlem Shake Craze Draws Fans Worldwidei
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February 20, 2013 1:34 AM
A YouTube dance phenomenon called the Harlem Shake is drawing a huge Internet audience in the United States and abroad. In the past two weeks, thousands of people have posted short videos of themselves and their friends doing moves to a previously little-known electronic track by a New York DJ. Most of the videos follow a basic formula that has been easy to replicate for fans around the world, including in Washington, as VOA's Michael Lipin found out.

Harlem Shake Craze Draws Fans Worldwide

Published February 19, 2013

A YouTube dance phenomenon called the Harlem Shake is drawing a huge Internet audience in the United States and abroad. In the past two weeks, thousands of people have posted short videos of themselves and their friends doing moves to a previously little-known electronic track by a New York DJ. Most of the videos follow a basic formula that has been easy to replicate for fans around the world, including in Washington, as VOA's Michael Lipin found out.


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