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Ethiopia - Eskista Dance

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Published on Mar 14, 2012

The wonderful people from all across Ethiopia perform the traditional dance of Eskista / Esketa normally seen on their TV screens. This form of dance migrated to America originating first in Harlem in the form of the 'Harlem Shake'. A local alcoholic 'Al B' would do the dance on request and was seen widely at Rucker Park baseball games so the dance became briefly known as the 'albee' in his honour. The dance later became widely know as the Harlem Shake and in 2001 became famous when G-Dep featured the dance in his music video "Lets Get It".

The music on this video is by Marcia Griffiths 'Feel like jumping'

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