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The original Super Bowl Shuffle was one of those things that should have stayed in its respective decade. The 1985 Chicago Bears momentarily murdered music despite reaching #41 on the Billboard Hot 100.
But, whether it be our fascination with retro or our collective lack of creativity, we still continue to bring things like the Super Bowl Shuffle back into our culture.
We may be able to thank Baltimore Ravens offensive lineman Bryant McKinnie for bringing it back once more:
Its time 4 the Ravens 2 redo the Super Bowl Shuffle lol
— Bryant Mckinnie (@BryantMckinnie) February 20, 2013
And he appears to be serious, too. He has even reached out to running back Ray Rice who agreed to be in the video as well as rap:
@bryantmckinnie yea I’m in bro lol
— Ray Rice (@RayRice27) February 20, 2013
“I’m Ray Rice and I’m here to say
All you defenders better get out of my way
Especially in the playoffs because this ball is really slippery….”
According to McKinnie, he is setting it up now with the help of hip-hop artist Yung Berg:
RT @rayrice27: @bryantmckinnie yea I’m in bro lol (setting it up now, @therealyungberg gonna help with production)
— Bryant Mckinnie (@BryantMckinnie) February 20, 2013
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