After a group of friends led by LA Aguinaldo saw the “Harlem Shake” video, they immediately made their version.
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LA tapped his friends Miguel Sotto, Alecee Eeles, Andrew Laxa, Carlo Atendido, Joey Gutierrez and even Sotto's helpers Ate Lisa and Ate Jeny to perform the 'Harlem Shake' inside the house of Sotto. Little did they know that their video will become popular. As of this writing, the video has collected more than 28,000 hits on Youtube.
“Harlem Shake” is the latest dance craze that has become viral. It starts with a person dancing in a crowd to the music 'Harlem Shake.' Then, the rest explodes into crazy fits as the beat goes faster. What makes this different is that the dance is not synchronized, unlike the now famous Gangnam-style.
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‘Sobrang funny. This is going to be the next big thing. This is going to b the next viral video,” Aguinaldo says in an interview with Yahoo! Southeast Asia.