Common questions

Where does the He-Man meme come from?

Where does the He-Man meme come from?

Yes, it’s the video from way back in 2005, when Slackcircus edited together a video of He-Man and other Masters of the Universe singing their cover of 4 Non Blondes’ “What’s Up.” And now you can get an action figure of the He-Man from that video!

Who created the He-Man meme?

The originators of the video are known as “SlackCircus”.

What does he man say when he lifts his sword?

The Sorceress of Castle Grayskull endowed Prince Adam with the power to transform into He-Man, which Adam did by raising his Power Sword and proclaiming, “By the power of Grayskull…” Once the transformation was complete, he would continue, “…I have the power!”.

When was what’s going on by 4 Non Blondes released?

June 11, 1993
“What’s Up?” is a song by American rock group 4 Non Blondes from their 1992 debut album, Bigger, Better, Faster, More! It was released as the album’s second single in 1993….What’s Up? (4 Non Blondes song)

“What’s Up?”
Released June 11, 1993
Recorded 1992
Genre Alternative rock pop rock
Length 4:55 (album version) 4:15 (radio edit)

What’s the name of the he-man said Hey video?

in: HEYYEYAAEYAAAEYAEYAA. The video commonly referred to as “HEYYEYAAEYAAAEYAEYAA” (also known as “He-Man Said Hey”) is a comedic redubbing of He-Man and the Masters of the Universe, of Prince Adam singing the Four Non-Blondes song “What’s Up” (the common name is derived from part of the chorus).

Why does He-Man Say Hey every time he sings Hey?

Fabulous Secret Powers (heyyeyaaeyaaaeyaeyaa) but every time they say Hey it gets faster. If playback doesn’t begin shortly, try restarting your device.

When did the Hey Hey Hey Song come out?

Since entering online circulation in May 2005, the video has been widely used as a popular material for bait-and-switch trolling, while spawning hundreds of remixes, parodies and music video tributes.

Where did the He Man music video come from?

The music video was created by two animators at Slackcircus Studios [2], who were inspired by Eric Fensler’s G.I. Joe PSA series, by pairing footage of the titular protagonist from the 1980s American cartoon series He-Man and the Masters of the Universe with American alternative rock band 4 Non Blondes’ 1992 hit single “What’s Up.”

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