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“Get Low” Guy Sings “Move” In Another Unsuspecting Coffee Shop

Back in November, Dorn introduced the readers of TFM to Dan Henig, who took both the internet and an unsuspecting coffee house by storm with his hilarious acoustic cover of “Get Low,” by Lil Jon and the East Side Boyz.

In a matter of days, “Coffee Shop Acoustic Session: Get Low Cover” went viral. To date, the clip has received 2.6 million YouTube hits and counting. With “Get Low” in his rearview mirror, Henig now faces a challenge that has forever eluded one-hit wonders such as John Lennon: producing a follow-up hit. The Michigan native’s preemptive sophomore slump-buster comes in the form of Ludacris’ “Move.”

Enjoy:

My favorite moment of Henig’s video isn’t even featuring him. It’s the mullet-sporting dude at the 1:19 mark, nodding off-beat in an ironic Memphis Grizzlies circa-1997 cap. I want NEED that hat.

Keep the hits coming, Dan.

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J Parks Caldwell

J. Parks Caldwell is a senior contributing writer for Total Frat Move, Rowdy Gentleman, and Post Grad Problems. He frequently blesses the rains down in Africa.

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