Similar to the Bill Clinton Album Challenge and Bernie Sanders Listening memes from just earlier this year, the Jordan Jamming meme shows the basketball GOAT and subject of the 2020 docu-series "The Last Dance" absolutely feeling it, dancing to who knows what music during a 1998 plane flight.
The premise of the meme couldn't be simpler, but it's actually a little bit difficult to create your own. You need a meme editor that allows you to add any song you want to a video and select the exact part of the music you want to use.
But with the right tools, you can make your own version in under a minute, for free & online. Here's how:
- Open the Jordan Jamming meme template
- Find & upload the song you want to use
- Download & share
OR: Watch this video tutorial instead.
Step 1: Open the Jordan Jamming meme template
This step couldn't be simpler: just click "Make It" under the blank Jordan Jamming meme template. You'll go to the Kapwing Studio, where you can find & upload any song you want to use, then choose the portion you want to play and adjust its volume.
Step 2: Find & upload your album covers
Here's where the fun starts. If you have the song saved on your phone or computer already, just click "Audio" in the top toolbar and click "Upload" to find them in your device's file browser. Otherwise, find the song you want to use anywhere on the internet, like YouTube or Soundcloud, and paste its link in the URL field to upload it to the Studio immediately.
You may need to make a couple edits to your audio track. While you're in the audio window, click "Trim Audio" to select the portion of the song you want to use in the video, and click "Adjust Volume" if the song is a bit too loud.
Step 3: Download & share
Once your new audio track is in place, hit the red Publish button and give Kapwing a little while to process your video. Select "Download" to save the video to your camera roll or file browser.
The Jordan Jamming meme has really taken off on Twitter, but you can share it anywhere – it would be perfect for Instagram, Facebook, or TikTok, as well. Wherever you share it, make sure it uses the right video dimensions for that specific platform: here's a handy social media sizing guide to help you.
Remember to tag us @KapwingApp whenever you share your content on social media– we love to support all our creators! And be sure to subscribe to the Kapwing Resources page – we’re constantly writing new tutorial and features to help you make the most out of Kapwing.