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Who invented Harlem Shake dance?

Who invented Harlem Shake dance?

Albert Leopold Boyce
Al B – full name Albert Leopold Boyce – died of heart failure in 2006 aged 43, after years of drinking heavily, but, in his prime, he was known for creating the Harlem Shake dance move. He used to perform it as part of the half-time entertainment show in basketball tournaments at Rucker Park, New York.

When was the Harlem Shake a thing?

The “Harlem Shake” originated with a drunken man named Albert Boyce dancing at Harlem’s Rucker Park basketball court in 1981. It was sobered up by children in the bleachers and became a popular dance in the hip-hop community. When Boyce died in 2006, the dance had found its way into some rap songs and videos.

Who is the dude in the pink suit?

Frank P. Jones
Frank P. Jones, the celebrity art critic known nationally as The Man In the Pink Suit, is seen by four independent witnesses and recorded on videotape shooting industrialist Charles Tabor.

Who are the founders of the Dance Theatre of Harlem?

Dance Theatre of Harlem (DTH) is an American professional ballet company and school based in Harlem, New York City. It was founded in 1969 under the co-directorship of Arthur Mitchell and Karel Shook.

What does forward Dance Theatre of Harlem do?

Through performances, community engagment and arts education, the Company carries forward Dance Theatre of Harlem’s message of empowerment through the arts for all.

Where can I see Dance Theatre of Harlem?

Learn about the legacy that transformed Dance Theatre of Harlem into a world-renowned organization, and the people behind the curtain. Also, learn how you can rent our studios.

Who are the people who do the Harlem Shake?

Pewdiepie, Tobuscus, Shane Dawson and Smosh are my favourite youtube personalities, so I decided to make a collection of their Harlem shake videos. They all did a Harlem Shake in their own version, but now here’s a collection of everything that you will want to see……funny, hilarious and really epic.