Top Ten Harlem Shake Videos In Missouri

by

comment
A semi-NSFW Harlem Shake. Videos below. - VIA YOUTUBE
  • via YouTube
  • A semi-NSFW Harlem Shake. Videos below.

We can't ignore it any longer. The Harlem Shake has officially gone viral. This video dance meme trend thingy is so viral that folks all over Missouri have been jumping on the fad in hopes of achieving some true virality here. In support of these attempts -- and some have a lot of views already! -- we've collected the top ten Harlem Shake videos made in Missouri. Shockingly, there were quite a few more to choose from.

Check out our favorite locally produced, thirty-second dance videos below.

10. Shake for the St. Louis Blues While this may not be the most energetic of Harlem Shakes we've ever seen, we're a big fan of the little "Let's Go Blues" girl in the front.

9. Mr. WashU Crocodiles, crowns, tutus -- what's not to like?

Continue for more of our top ten.

8. Faith and Hope What better way for Saint Louis Christian College to promote an upcoming faith event than the Harlem Shake. Right? Right.

7. Motorcycle Stunt Creativity points goes to the St. Louis crew that put together this motorcycle edition of the Harlem Shake.

Continue for more of our top ten.

6. Mizzou Classic Spoiler alert: This is not the only Mizzou Harlem Shake on our list. But this makes our top ten for the classic intimate dorm-room setting characteristic of the one that started this whole thang.

5. Missouri Western Harlem Shake It's more than just some normal kids in hoodies with backpacks. Just wait for it.

Continue for more of our top ten.

4. Stop, Drop and Roll -- and Do the Harlem Shake What up, Ozarks!

3. Swimmers Know How To Shake Potentially not safe for work.

Continue for more of our top ten.

2. SLU Shake 15,000 views, not bad...

1. Mizzou Shake ...but not as good as 40,000. Mizzou wins.

Send feedback and tips to the author. Follow Sam Levin on Twitter at @SamTLevin.

Support Local Journalism.
Join the Riverfront Times Press Club

Local journalism is information. Information is power. And we believe everyone deserves access to accurate independent coverage of their community and state. Our readers helped us continue this coverage in 2020, and we are so grateful for the support.

Help us keep this coverage going in 2021. Whether it's a one-time acknowledgement of this article or an ongoing membership pledge, your support goes to local-based reporting from our small but mighty team.

Join the Riverfront Times Club for as little as $5 a month.