A Decade's Worth of Viral Dances Gets Condensed Into One Video
Watch them whip, nae nae and do the dab.
Pop culture has become increasingly inundated with dance moves that were first birthed online before exploding unto the masses thanks to the accessibility of the internet. Spreading like wildfire, social media’s the main vehicle on which the phenomena of these movements have gone viral, making them become universal across all communities, regardless of origin — case in point, the dab. The New Yorker condensed some of the most popular viral dances to have cropped up over the past decade, starting with 2006’s “Chicken Noodle Soup” and ending with “The Quan.” Watch above as dancers from coast to coast show off those and others in the three-minute video, and see if you don’t start moving yourself.