VIDEO: Dunedin's Own 'Harlem Shake'
Funedin, a group dedicated to "spreading merriment" in Dunedin shares their very own version of the "Harlem Shake."
Funedin, a group dedicated to "spreading merriment" in Dunedin, created its very own version of the Harlem Shake recently on Island Estates and shared the video on its Facebook page.
Like most "Harlem Shake" videos, this one starts with a central figure in the foreground then breaks out into an action-packed frame.
The "Harlem Shake" has become a web phenomena with groups from around the world sharing their version. The original "Harlem Shake" is "a much more raw, technical, fluid, frenetic dance," which started in New York City about 14 years ago, according to the New York Times.
Check out the fun "Snug Island Style" of the "Harlem Shake" in this video.
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