Real Estate Industry Kills Harlem Shake Fad

Ryan Nickum

Feb 25

Real estate


The popularity of the Harlem Shake has come to screeching halt, killed by overexposure for which the real estate industry is only partly to blame. This latest viral dance video craze enjoyed some great moments, including performances by the University of Georgia men’s swim and dive team, indie pop duo Matt & Kim, as well as the Norwegian army and hundreds more. Eventually, it just became too much and simply collapsed under the weight of its own popularity.

So we bid goodbye with this final nail in the coffin—five performances of the Harlem Shake by members of the real estate industry…


Whitney Pannell Realtor

Anderson Real Estate Group

Better Homes and Gardens—David Winans & Associates

Robin CB Connected

James Stowe—RE/MAX Essential


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