"Scooby Doo Pa Pa” is an infectious Latin dance track that's become viral thanks to two social media sensations. The record was produced by DJ Kass, a Dominican DJ from the Bronx
Inspired by the song “Man’s Not Hot” by English comedian Michael Dapaah, Kass decided to create a Spanish-language dembow version titled “Scooby Doo Pa Pa". He released the track back in September, but it didn't catch fire until YouTubers Lele Pons and Inanna Sarkis featured the song in two Instagram videos. The two social media stars created a dance routine to go along with "Scooby Doo Papa”.
Litle did DJ Kass know that the catchy tune would become a viral hit making its way into the top spots on the Billboard Latin charts and even become a dance challenge on social media and video streaming sites.
But Pons and Sarkis aren't the only ones dancing to "Scooby Doo Papa." A simple search on YouTube will show people of all ages and all over the world showing off their best dance moves to DJ Kass's hit song. Mexican television hosts, Peru's National Police Department, and students have all filmed themselves dancing the "Scooby Doo Papa" routine.