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    Registered User Tha Biz is offline
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    I like the dance style

    so smooth




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    Respect for the post needed some new music..

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    Them riddims are tough...
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    that ish is bangin... The only music/ dance not popularized in the west is African. The west is bored and looking for new things and going to the old.....
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    I wanna learn more about this music and this dance... is this Afro Beat... I dont understand wat they saying but i like their flow...
    the healthy man does not torture others - generally it is the tortured who turn into torturers.

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    readin btwn da lines Farinborn's Avatar Farinborn is offline
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hello BKLYN View Post
    I wanna learn more about this music and this dance... is this Afro Beat... I dont understand wat they saying but i like their flow...
    Its a language when they dance. Like how the crip walk send signals. You can do the azonto and send a message across the room and tell a female that you like her and want her number or what ever.....Its sick like that
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    Sick! Truth is that this isn't new. I've been admiring this dancing (and music) from the congo and ghana for years now. It can be found all over the internet.
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    So this is what replaced skanking?

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    me gusta

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    different

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    ESOS WEYES S.A.T.O.R.E-S.A.N's Avatar S.A.T.O.R.E-S.A.N is offline
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    'ta buena.Refreshing indeed after seeing this yesterday, was on youtube looking at many more.
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    100% vincy flow from me morrow, who nah like that go suck on dey bone we nah follow.

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    Ragga soca ,Claws music and power soca/ps music and bongay music a fu we own

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    Like this. Been liking a couple of these tunes for a bit now. Ghana has some good music...Nigeria as well.

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    Who feels it knows it! Georgeflash's Avatar Georgeflash is offline
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    I am glad to see Jamaica positively influencing African musicians and dancers.

    Jamaica has certainly evolved to be the cultural mecca of the African diaspora.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Georgeflash View Post
    I am glad to see Jamaica positively influencing African musicians and dancers.

    Jamaica has certainly evolved to be the cultural mecca of the African diaspora.
    ?????
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    Who feels it knows it! Georgeflash's Avatar Georgeflash is offline
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mrs. Vega View Post
    ?????
    Doll Baby (when yuhgoing change yuh name back anyway), do I have to hexplain everything to you? That whole genre is a dancehall rip-off.
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