Georgetown University is full of future CEOs, diplomats, senators and … famous rappers?
You may have seen Tate Tucker (COL ’14) perform at a Georgetown event, on YouTube or maybe just in the cubicle next to yours doing his homework. You may have caught him rapping for Lupe Fiasco in sociology class, or maybe you’ve seen his most recent success: his Harlem Shake video which hit one million views on Thursday and, since then, has received almost another 500,000 views in just two days. We at The Fourth Edition got the opportunity to sit down and talk with him about his life here at Georgetown, his musical inspiration and his upcoming ventures. Read on!
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1. It’s short – 30 seconds I can do. Anything much longer and something shiny has captivated my attention.
2. It’s easy – So, I don’t think I’ll ever really get the Dougie, but the Harlem Shake – or whatever the hell they’re doing in that video – is something I can definitely do. #seeyouatBandolero
3. It’s weird –
1. It sounds a little bit like a stereo breaking after 30 seconds – too negative? Sry.
2. Ugh, got too big, too quickly. Where my hipsters at? – But seriously, is every girl and her play-date coming home from school to record a Harlem Shake video for YouTube today? No más! It was funny the first four times, but after the 22nd, I’m kind of over it.
3. Urban Dictionary “Harlem Shake” – (or click here)
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