If you haven't heard about the Harlem Shake meme, you haven't been on the Internet the last two months. From the team at NASA doing it, through to soldiers and Sea Shepherd down in Antarctica, it seems all sorts of groups have taken to the meme like fish to water. Sparked by this Queensland born video, the Harlem Shake meme uses roughly thirty seconds of music from a song recorded by American DJ and producer Baauer, which was released in May, 2012. You couldn't ask for promotion like this, with YouTube reporting that the world spent roughly 2,782 years watching Harlem Shake videos in just one single month. Purely for demonstration purposes (not enjoyment, honest!), the Bam Creative team took the meme in stride, to create our own version, as seen below.
Harlem Shake Bam Style
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- The Editor
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