Warner Bros Makes Deal With Mad Decent For Distribution Of Baauer’s “Harlem Shake”

Trap producer Baauer is still riding high from the enormous internet success of his popular “Harlem Shake” visuals / parodies and now has struck a unique distribution with Warner Bros.

The label plans on teaming up with Baauer’s Mad Decent to distribute the song via Warner Bros across a number of platforms. “Harlem Shake” was the first track of its kind to develop millions of views on YouTube and arrive in multiple Billboard and Nielsen platforms.

Well, Under The Gun Review thought that this Baauer sensation was just a flash in the pan but it seems like people are eating it up. What are your thoughts on this infectious song and dance?

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3 Responses to “Warner Bros Makes Deal With Mad Decent For Distribution Of Baauer’s “Harlem Shake””

  1. John says:

    It died a few days after it started. Videos started becoming overproduced, over involved and now with so many corporate companies getting involved it only adds to how stale the joke really is. Move on!

  2. Dayton O'Connor says:

    The meme is pretty dumb but the track itself bangs hard.

  3. Leandra Murphy says:

    Baauer is a dope producer. I saw him twice before this Harlem Shake phenomenon I wish him all the best.