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(YouTube)   Harlem residents react to 'Harlem Shake' video   ( ) divider line 32
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Harlem Reacts to Viral 'Harlem Shake' Videos - "That Ain't the Real Harlem Shake"
Harlem reacts to the harlem shake viral video trend. Street interviews in NYC with the people of Harlem and their views on the viral 'Harlem Shake' video dance trend. Watch the Real Harlem Shake here! SUBSCRIBE to SchleppFilms Videos shown to participants included versions from DizastaMusic, TheSunnyCoastSkate, & PHLOn NAN 'Like' Us 'Follow' For the Record, only 2 people interviewed did not make the final cut. One because the microphone was off. And the other because they only spoke for 30 secs. No one was omitted because they did not fit the 'mold'. This is what the people who stopped to talk with us had to say. We did not 'target' anyone. All pedestrians walking by were welcome to stop and talk. These are the people who stopped to talk with us. Please Keep the Comments Civil and Respectful. Anyone using pejorative racial language will be blocked and reported. Debate is good. Personal and bigoted attacks are bad. Even if you disagree on the subject, we are all people. We are in it together. Don't ever forget that fact. Treat each other with respect! If you appeared in this video and would like your name included or a website promoted, please email me from the card I gave you. Thanks! Shot & Edited By Chris McGuire Sound by John Farmakis Song 'Headspin Long' Licensed by Apple Garage Band
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