It’s actually the number one song according to Billboard’s new Hot 100 chart, but it’s not getting any radio play.
Labeled Trap music, this song has nothing to do with Harlem or the Harlem Shake dance. By the way, Trap is a genre that blends Hip Hop and electronic dance music with some bumpin’ bass beats.
You may understand why it’s not being played after listening to it.
Released on May 22, it didn’t become popular until recently, when fans began posting themselves dancing to the repetitive beat.
YouTube says the popularity of the song is primarily due to the online viewing site’s new tactics, which include playing official videos.
Learn more about it here.
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