- Tue Aug 6, 2013, 4:31 AM GMT
Hov joins the remix of the club anthem from the hip-hop record producer and the 'Harlem Shake' DJ.READ MORE
Baauer, born Harry Rodrigues, has been making music since he was just 13. Growing up in places all over the world because of his father's work that required frequent traveling has helped him absorb different styles of music from around the globe. Still, his biggest influence among them all was hip-hop and dance music.
During his career for so many years, the disc jokey/producer has remixed many songs by such artists as The Prodigy, Nero and No Doubt. He previously worked under moniker Captain Harry before changing to his current stage name. He was signed to LuckyMe label in August 2012 and made his debut with the three-track 12-inch EP "Dum Dum".
The now famous DJ has allegedly used two artists' samples on his hit song without their permission.READ MORE
McConnell's campaign team does their version of the dance craze in front of Churchill Downs in Louisville, Kentucky, but O'Brien stops the filming of the 'Harlem Shake' in his office.READ MORE
The 'Harlem Shake' miners plan a lawsuit seeking reinstatement after they were sacked by Barminco and banned from working in all mining sites owned by the company around the world.READ MORE
The students who shot the video on the plane reportedly got permission from flight crew and everyone else on board.READ MORE