Kirby's Dreamland Challenge

Kirby's Dreamland Challenge

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Kirby's Dreamland Challenge is a video remix series featuring footage of people dancing with a notable musical track from the Kirby series dubbed over the background audio.


In 1996, Kirby Super Star was released for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System (or Super Famicom in Japan). The game features a variety of mini-games, including the Gourmet Race mini-game. The mini-game features a musical track, composed by Jun Ishikawa and often titled Gourmet Race, that has since been featured in other Kirby games as well as remixed in fan covers, MAD videos, and YouTube Poop Music Videos (YTPMVs for short). The track was remixed in the Nintendo 64 game Super Smash Bros., where it was used as the theme for the Dream Land stage (shown below, left). On March 7th, 2015, YouTuber Tim Piper uploaded footage of a group of goth teenagers dancing under an overpass dubbed with the Dream Land theme (shown below, right).


On May 26th, 2015, Viner Dis Man Right Here uploaded a clip of rapper Waka Flocka Flame singing the word "bow" in sync with the Dream Land theme (shown below). Within 15 months, the video gained over 430,000 loops, 8,000 likes and 2,400 revines.

On June 3rd, 2016, Viner viral shark uploaded a clip of a group of students dancing to the tune of the Kirby theme (shown below, left). On June 6th, Viner No Chill Will posted footage of a dog hopping on his front legs dubbed with the Kirby theme (shown below, right) Within three months, the videos gained over 51 million and 1.6 million loops respectively.

On the following day, Viner Nintendo_Skrub posted a video of comedian Gabriel Iglesias dancing to the Kirby theme song (shown below, left). On June 10th, Viner Brandon Zingale uploaded a clip of the rapper "Drake": dancing in the music video for "Hotline Bling" to tune of the Kirby theme (shown below, right). Within three months, the videos garnered upwards of 730,000 and 7.7 million loops respectively.

The same day, Mashable[2] published an article about the Vine video series. On June 12th, YouTuber Funny Vine Videos uploaded a compilation of notable Kirby's Dream Land Challenge Vines (shown below).

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lil fella
lil fella

The original song used in these vines is actually from Super Smash Bros., and is a remix of the Gourmet Race theme from Kirby Super Star. The Gourmet Race theme is nowhere to be found in the original Kirby's Dreamland.


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