Patel Conservatory hip hop dance instructor Alesia Scott-Warren went on the national morning talk show Daytime this morning to set the record straight on what exactly is the Harlem Shake.
|Hip hop instructor Alesia Scott-Warren, right, teaches the|
original Harlem Shake to talk show hosts Cyndi Edwards
and Jerry Penacoli.
The dance started in Harlem and was made popular in the early 2000’s when featured in music videos from hip hop artists P. Diddy and G. Dep, as well as rapper Eve, said Scott-Warren.
The recent rash of videos are imitations of a video by some college guys, who dance to a 2012 song called Harlem Shake by Baauer.
Scott-Warren demonstrated the old version of the dance to Daytime hosts Cyndi Edwards and Jerry Penacoli.
The Daytime cast and crew even got into the action and put together their own version of the newer Harlem Shake trend.
|The cast and crew of Daytime doing their take on the "Harlem Shake" video craze.|
Catch the full segment on Daytime on Wednesday morning at 11 a.m. on WFLA Channel 8.