The Internet is buzzing with videos of groups of people doing the "Harlem shake."
Monday, a group of teens in Atlantic City decided to make a version to represent New Jersey.
The popular Harlem shake videos normally feature just one person dancing to a slower version of the song, and then when the music picks up, a large group wearing costumes gets involved in the action.
Monday's participants put the word out on Facebook and an estimated one hundred people showed up to be part of the video, which was recorded in front of Boardwalk Hall.
Those who organized the dance say they wanted to represent New Jersey.
"We noticed how every state got a video for their own state representing the state, and we know that New Jersey doesn't really have a popular one so we wanted to pull something off, and probably get a lot of views and represent for New Jersey," says Taimoor Muntaz, an event organizer.
The video is expected to be posted by 10 p.m. Monday night