Trap music is as big as ever now, and it could possibly be because of Baauer - who describes the sub-genre as "hip-hop born from the internet." Gucci Mane may think he's the Trap God, but it looks like he has some stiff competition now.
Back in the summer, the Mad Decent producer couldn't possibly have predicted, the now viral status, of his track "Harlem Shake." The tune did really well after its release, having been featured in countless Diplo and Friends mixes, including Diplo himself, along with producers/DJs Brodinski, Flosstradamus, and more. But now, Baauer's trap hit has been taken to the next level.
Recently, the web has been exploding with videos, self-made and edited versions, of people doing the Harlem Shake to Baauer's track, in various places including offices, bedrooms, and anywhere else these Harlem Shakers feel like busting a move (some even in costume, and some in speedos).
Check out the best of the "Harlem Shake" movement below, starting with the original.