With Lil Wayne’s long (long) awaited Tha Carter V finally in the hands of the people, it only took roughly 24 hours for the album’s clear standout, “Uproar,” to spawn a new dance craze.

Initially set off after Swizz Beatz (the song’s producer) shared a video by Instagram personality Cousin Skeether, Wayne and his sons, Shiggy, and more have been seen on the gram Harlem Shaking to the banger — which is a reworking of the 2001 EZ Elpee-produced G-Dep record, “Special Delivery.”

“Thank you to all the people … all the support you gave me for this album,” says Wayne in his thank you video. “I didn’t expect it to be nowhere near like this,” he continues, before his sons burst out of a closet and begin dancing.

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It remains to be seen if this craze will affect the charts in the same manner as Drake’s “In My Feelings” — which Shiggy’s challenge helped propel to the #1 spot.

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In the meantime, check out some of the best submissions thus far.

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