In just a few weeks, Baauer's "Harlem Shake" has ignited an online phenomenon, with groups of people all over the world posting their own version of the 30-second freakout meme. As the "Harlem Shake" mania has reached a fever pitch, the song has debuted at No. 1 on Billboard's revamped Hot 100 chart, while Baauer, the young EDM whiz behind the track, has become Billboard's latest cover star.
It's hard to pick just 10 "Harlem Shake" videos in the thousands that already exist, but these are the half-minute snippets that have kept us coming back amidst the explosion. Check out Billboard.com's 10 favorite "Harlem Shake" videos, and then tell us which one is your personal staple in the comments below.
First up is the one that seemingly started it all: two weeks back, an Australia-based longboarding crew called The Sunny Coast Skate uploaded a clip of four dudes in a dorm-style setting bugging out to Baauer's beat. It's since been acknowledged by Youtube  as the official kickstarter of the viral trend:
There's a ton of "office freakout" versions of the meme, but this one, which has amassed 1.4 million YouTube views, has always struck us as the most inspired. Keep shaking that walker, big guy:
Norway might have the world's most pop culture-savvy battalion -- their version was one of the first big spinoffs to hit YouTube (back on Feb. 10) and has since almost twice as many views as the original:
Credit the University of Georgia's men's swim & dive crew for taking this once-underground dance trend… underwater:
Brooklyn indie duo Matt & Kim know how to make a good viral vid (even if it means walking naked through Times Square ), so they took time out while playing a gig in Troy, N.Y.'s RPI Fieldhouse to get their audience in on the fun:
Over five million YouTube viewers watched the "Harlem Shake" turn these firefighters into a a raging Spider-Man and, um, chicken-man:
This creative YouTuber took some classic "Peanuts" footage from "A Charlie Brown Christmas" and got the gang doing the dance to Baauer, with Snoopy on guitar, Schroeder on keys, and Pigpen on stand-up bass:
At a Florida Gators-Kentucky Wildcats basketball game, an arena full of Rowdy Reptiles supporters joined the fun, with the Albert the Gator and the cheer crew leading:
NBC's "The Today Show" did a special Valentine's Day take on the "Shake" -- although their crew might need some more dancing lessons.
Taking the famous Red Bull wings to the next level, this team of skydivers recorded surely the most gravity-defying version of the craze:
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