There's no stopping the dance-inducing track, the "Harlem Shake," from taking over the web world. YouTube calls it the biggest web video trend of the month in a blog post this week. According to the official count, more than 12,000 "Harlem Shake" videos have been posted since the start of February. The individual renditions of the "Harlem Shake," which look nothing like the traditional dance move, have garnered more than 44 million views.

You know a meme is big when Facebook HQ makes a spin-off video. Other popular renditions include an amazing addition by punk rockers Matt and Kim and a hilarious number by NBC's Today Show anchors.

The Facebook HQ video was uploaded by IT Technician Damaria Jay Hammonds on Thursday around 1 a.m. ET and was shared by Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg a few minutes after.

[via Facebook]