The song popularized the phrase ”shake it like a Polaroid picture”, and the Polaroid Corporation used the song to revitalize the public’s perception of its products. Writing and recording. André 3000 wrote ”Hey Ya!” in 2000, but began work on recording it in December 2002 at Stankonia
Comes from the song Hey Ya! by a group called Outkast intoning women to shake it out on the dance floor. Refers back to when people used to wave around or fan their instant photos in order to dry them. The popularity of this song/phrase caused the Polaroid company to put out a press release warning people NOT to shake today’s Polaroids …
Shake it, shake it like a Polaroid picture Shake it, shake it Sh you got to, shake it, sh shake it, shake it, got to shake it Shake it sugar Shake it like a Polaroid picture You know what to do! Hey, ya [repeat] Submit Corrections. Thanks to Mayanwolfe, Madi, peace, Britney, chicky_baby14 for correcting these lyrics.
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Feb 18, 2004 · OutKast fans like to shake it like a Polaroid picture, but the instant camera maker is warning consumers that taking the advice of …
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BILL RAY captured this “double portrait” of Andy Warhol holding a Polaroid of Andy Warhol, 1980 Find this Pin and more on ”Shake it like a Polaroid Picture” by Polaroid. Oh you know, just a photo of Andy Warhol holding a Polaroid of Andy Warhol.
The Phoblographer Answers: Do You Really Need to Shake a Polaroid? 02. May. 2016 / Education, Learn / The song has the famous lyric “Shake it like a Polaroid Picture.”