Hawaii High School Grads Stun Crowd With Nae Nae and Haka Dance Routine

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When you’ve spent four years in high school, there’s nothing like going out with a bang during graduation. And that’s what the seniors at Hawaii’s Kahuku High and Intermediate School did during their graduation ceremony.

The Class of 2015 sang and performed dance routines to “Uptown Funk” by Mark Ronson (featuring Bruno Mars) and the Jackson 5’s “ABC.” They also pulled off an epic Nae Nae and “Whip” to Silento’s “Watch Me.” But the students didn’t stop there—they also paid homage to the Maori culture by performing a haka dance.


Each year, millions of students across the U.S. graduate, but not all of them can say that their graduation went viral! Congrats to Kahuku’s Class of 2015!

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