soup sandwich: now if rap and hip hop "music" would just get the word
lordluzr: Thus is the first time I've heard "Harlem" and "Shake" together in a sentence. At first it sounded delicious. Now I'm sad.
mccallcl: Old dance music styles never die, they just go "underground".
mccallcl: However, Drum and Bass is not "wildly popular" in the United States, by even the dance music definition. On soundcloud maybe, but I'd be shocked if I walked into a club and they were playing DnB and it was packed.
Glitchwerks: Detroit snob, remember? I avoid trap and dubstep. :p
duffblue: They're still putting dubstep over tampon commercials.
Ishkur: That's no excuse. Trap is just techno bass v5.7
ZzeusS: What would be funny now, is a Harlem Shake parody. Where the first bit is the one guy dancing, then the second bit where everyone is supposed to be going nuts, instead everyone is laying around playing dead, but keeping the high intensity music, mocking itself.. I think that would be funny.
libranoelrose: Stupidest meme ever
Earl of Chives: The Harlem Shake is alive and well and will remain so for some time. It's an excellent marker for the incredibly lame. Guaranteed indicator.
Sir Cumference the Flatulent: Can be summed up in two words. White people.
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