Well god motherfucking damn. As of about five minutes ago, Baauer's "Harlem Shake" officially displaced Macklemore's "Thrift Shop" as the number-one song in the country on the Billboard Hot 100. This new number-one comes on the heels of a rejiggering of the actual formula that determines the Hot 100 that takes into greater consideration YouTube streams and shit like that.
"Harlem Shake" is the 21st song to debut at number-one on the Hot 100, following Katy Perry's "Part of Me."
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