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    is their a Soca Culture?

    every major music has its own culture.

    for example, hip hop has its own language, fashion and lifestyle
    so does dancehall reggae, rock, country music, classical music and most other genre of music.

    When will Soca develop its culture? which artist will start the movement?

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    c u on page 99

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    so soca doh have it's own "language"?



    and what other genre of music requires a rag to wave

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    playing mas,chippin down di road, jump & waving what is that considered?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sharkbait
    so soca doh have it's own "language"?



    and what other genre of music requires a rag to wave
    what is an example of soca language or a soca slang?

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    i think soca already has it's own language, fashion and lifestyle...

    no other music talk about juk, wuk, wine,

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jahpikne
    playing mas,chippin down di road, jump & waving what is that considered?
    i think that those things are Carnival culture. If people wore their mascostume on a regular basis to go to fetes and ting then i could see it being Soca culture

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ras_Apache
    what is an example of soca language or a soca slang?
    well soca is sung by bajans, trinis, vincies....etc..a lot of the caribbean islands OTHER than JA, so the dialect used is what I would call the soca language.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ras_Apache
    i think that those things are Carnival culture. If people wore their mascostume on a regular basis to go to fetes and ting then i could see it being Soca culture
    so because it is done once a year (per place) it is not part of the culture??

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    Quote Originally Posted by soraya
    i think soca already has it's own language, fashion and lifestyle...

    no other music talk about juk, wuk, wine,
    give some examples. Juk wuk and wine are dancehall terms

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ras_Apache
    give some examples. Juk wuk and wine are dancehall terms
    so they can't be both?

    i eh no expert, but i hardly hear dem use "wine" unless they talkin bout sex, i usually hear "bruk out". but i'm jus sayin

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    I think jabjab posse (oil, tar, mud) and waving rags and flags and jouvert( powder, paint) it's all about the culture

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ras_Apache
    give some examples. Juk wuk and wine are dancehall terms

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ras_Apache
    every major music has its own culture.

    for example, hip hop has its own language, fashion and lifestyle
    so does dancehall reggae, rock, country music, classical music and most other genre of music.

    When will Soca develop its culture? which artist will start the movement?


    soca already is a culture. what you talking about is making it marketable, something which dey can sell to people,

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    you really don't have a point..... people listen to soca all year long, go to fetes all year long. carnival is a tradition that is part of the culture. culture is not always something you do 24/7. playing mas is something some people do to accent soca music during carnival time.


    Quote Originally Posted by Ras_Apache
    i think that those things are Carnival culture. If people wore their mascostume on a regular basis to go to fetes and ting then i could see it being Soca culture

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