pic.twitter.com/UF0TWrf2Be. It's basically just like follow the leader," said James. The group says there is no choreography and that a lot of the moves people see onscreen are simply impromptu. "Some people will just come up to us and say. I was shocked," said McDonald. It brings people a little bit of happiness," said James. Video Started from the bottom: Tik Tok dance trio goes viral from their basement. Audience Relations, CBC P.O. Six years later, the group has turned their after-school jokes into viral fame. We couldn't have predicted where things were headed at the time," said Hemmings. James jokes that his mother has also become the group's unofficial manager and is always asking them to cover her favourite songs. There's no shortage of global dance videos on TikTok, but one trio of 23-year-old friends from Toronto are going viral for their dance moves from their families basement. While the newfound celebrity for the three post-secondary students has brought them followers from around the world, Hemmings says it's taken them some time to get used to fans noticing them in public. 'I love your videos, they're so amazing.' He believes the randomness and the fun, chaotic energy the friends bring through the screen may be one of the reasons for their success. What started out as a few high school friends hanging out after class to play video games in Hemmings's family basement turned into random dance sessions that they ended up filming for fun. Quelli Che Il Calcio Quando Ricomincia, Canali Sky Digitale Terrestre 2020, Masseria San Michele Ristorante, Personaggi Anime Nati Il 29 Marzo, Alice Nome Significato, San Giovanni Giugno 2020, Significato Nome Gracy, San Valerio Protettore, House Of God Serie, Karpathos Cosa Vedere, " /> pic.twitter.com/UF0TWrf2Be. It's basically just like follow the leader," said James. The group says there is no choreography and that a lot of the moves people see onscreen are simply impromptu. "Some people will just come up to us and say. I was shocked," said McDonald. It brings people a little bit of happiness," said James. Video Started from the bottom: Tik Tok dance trio goes viral from their basement. Audience Relations, CBC P.O. Six years later, the group has turned their after-school jokes into viral fame. We couldn't have predicted where things were headed at the time," said Hemmings. James jokes that his mother has also become the group's unofficial manager and is always asking them to cover her favourite songs. There's no shortage of global dance videos on TikTok, but one trio of 23-year-old friends from Toronto are going viral for their dance moves from their families basement. While the newfound celebrity for the three post-secondary students has brought them followers from around the world, Hemmings says it's taken them some time to get used to fans noticing them in public. 'I love your videos, they're so amazing.' He believes the randomness and the fun, chaotic energy the friends bring through the screen may be one of the reasons for their success. What started out as a few high school friends hanging out after class to play video games in Hemmings's family basement turned into random dance sessions that they ended up filming for fun. Quelli Che Il Calcio Quando Ricomincia, Canali Sky Digitale Terrestre 2020, Masseria San Michele Ristorante, Personaggi Anime Nati Il 29 Marzo, Alice Nome Significato, San Giovanni Giugno 2020, Significato Nome Gracy, San Valerio Protettore, House Of God Serie, Karpathos Cosa Vedere, " /> pic.twitter.com/UF0TWrf2Be. It's basically just like follow the leader," said James. The group says there is no choreography and that a lot of the moves people see onscreen are simply impromptu. "Some people will just come up to us and say. I was shocked," said McDonald. It brings people a little bit of happiness," said James. Video Started from the bottom: Tik Tok dance trio goes viral from their basement. Audience Relations, CBC P.O. Six years later, the group has turned their after-school jokes into viral fame. We couldn't have predicted where things were headed at the time," said Hemmings. James jokes that his mother has also become the group's unofficial manager and is always asking them to cover her favourite songs. There's no shortage of global dance videos on TikTok, but one trio of 23-year-old friends from Toronto are going viral for their dance moves from their families basement. While the newfound celebrity for the three post-secondary students has brought them followers from around the world, Hemmings says it's taken them some time to get used to fans noticing them in public. 'I love your videos, they're so amazing.' He believes the randomness and the fun, chaotic energy the friends bring through the screen may be one of the reasons for their success. What started out as a few high school friends hanging out after class to play video games in Hemmings's family basement turned into random dance sessions that they ended up filming for fun. Quelli Che Il Calcio Quando Ricomincia, Canali Sky Digitale Terrestre 2020, Masseria San Michele Ristorante, Personaggi Anime Nati Il 29 Marzo, Alice Nome Significato, San Giovanni Giugno 2020, Significato Nome Gracy, San Valerio Protettore, House Of God Serie, Karpathos Cosa Vedere, " /> pic.twitter.com/UF0TWrf2Be. It's basically just like follow the leader," said James. The group says there is no choreography and that a lot of the moves people see onscreen are simply impromptu. "Some people will just come up to us and say. I was shocked," said McDonald. It brings people a little bit of happiness," said James. Video Started from the bottom: Tik Tok dance trio goes viral from their basement. Audience Relations, CBC P.O. Six years later, the group has turned their after-school jokes into viral fame. We couldn't have predicted where things were headed at the time," said Hemmings. James jokes that his mother has also become the group's unofficial manager and is always asking them to cover her favourite songs. There's no shortage of global dance videos on TikTok, but one trio of 23-year-old friends from Toronto are going viral for their dance moves from their families basement. While the newfound celebrity for the three post-secondary students has brought them followers from around the world, Hemmings says it's taken them some time to get used to fans noticing them in public. 'I love your videos, they're so amazing.' He believes the randomness and the fun, chaotic energy the friends bring through the screen may be one of the reasons for their success. What started out as a few high school friends hanging out after class to play video games in Hemmings's family basement turned into random dance sessions that they ended up filming for fun. Quelli Che Il Calcio Quando Ricomincia, Canali Sky Digitale Terrestre 2020, Masseria San Michele Ristorante, Personaggi Anime Nati Il 29 Marzo, Alice Nome Significato, San Giovanni Giugno 2020, Significato Nome Gracy, San Valerio Protettore, House Of God Serie, Karpathos Cosa Vedere, "/>

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When he's not chasing breaking news you can often find him covering stories that meet at the intersection of culture, social justice, sports and art. Kadeem Hemmings, Nathaniel James and Nicholas McDonald, all 23, make up the group and the viral dances which have amassed more than two million followers and 200 million views on TikTok alone. No matter what happens, it's still love," said Hemmings. There's no shortage of global dance videos on TikTok, but a trio from Toronto is going viral on the social media platform for the dance moves performed in their family basements. I went on TikTok with my kids & was shocked by what I found, CBC's Journalistic Standards and Practices. There's no shortage of global dance videos on TikTok, but a trio from Toronto is going viral with dance moves performed their family basements. The Basement Gang, as the group calls itself, has become increasingly popular for their coordinated dances, fun videos and positive messages. It's a bit awkward for me because I never know what to say but I appreciate it all the same," he said. People love it,'" he added. "I remember telling my mom when it got to 100,000 likes on a post that this was crazy, we couldn't believe it. Started from the bottom: Tik Tok dance trio goes viral from their basement. I looked it up and I was like, 'What the heck.' I feel like people get a lot of joy from what we do, even if it's just for a minute or two. The group says no matter what happens, they just feel good knowing that they're having fun with friends and seeing others enjoy what they do. "Nothing can break us apart and we're just excited to see where things go.". You can read more stories here. It is a priority for CBC to create a website that is accessible to all Canadians including people with visual, hearing, motor and cognitive challenges. For more stories about the experiences of Black Canadians — from anti-Black racism to success stories within the Black community — check out Being Black in Canada, a CBC project Black Canadians can be proud of. Box 500 Station A Toronto, ON Canada, M5W 1E6. "It's just show up, here's the song and try your best. Closed Captioning and Described Video is available for many CBC shows offered on CBC Gem. If one person does a move and we like the move then we'll just copy him and continue to do it. "I feel like we can do anything. "The world's in a very turbulent place right now. Derick Deonarain is a producer for CBC News interested in telling stories with a heartbeat. "Then when we tried it again for the second time and hit another million, we're like, 'We might have something here. "I was sleeping and I woke up to all these texts one day saying we hit a million views on a video for the first time. Might as well just keep doing it. The group doesn't know exactly why the videos have become so popular, only that the response has been overwhelmingly positive. From my favourite TikTok page pic.twitter.com/UF0TWrf2Be. It's basically just like follow the leader," said James. The group says there is no choreography and that a lot of the moves people see onscreen are simply impromptu. "Some people will just come up to us and say. I was shocked," said McDonald. It brings people a little bit of happiness," said James. Video Started from the bottom: Tik Tok dance trio goes viral from their basement. Audience Relations, CBC P.O. Six years later, the group has turned their after-school jokes into viral fame. We couldn't have predicted where things were headed at the time," said Hemmings. James jokes that his mother has also become the group's unofficial manager and is always asking them to cover her favourite songs. There's no shortage of global dance videos on TikTok, but one trio of 23-year-old friends from Toronto are going viral for their dance moves from their families basement. While the newfound celebrity for the three post-secondary students has brought them followers from around the world, Hemmings says it's taken them some time to get used to fans noticing them in public. 'I love your videos, they're so amazing.' He believes the randomness and the fun, chaotic energy the friends bring through the screen may be one of the reasons for their success. What started out as a few high school friends hanging out after class to play video games in Hemmings's family basement turned into random dance sessions that they ended up filming for fun.

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