I like the dance style

Tha Biz

Registered User
so smooth

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Farinborn

readin btwn da lines
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.....
 

Hello BKLYN

Searching For Answers
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...
 

Farinborn

readin btwn da lines
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
 

dedetriniking

Registered User
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.
 

dollbabi

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

Georgeflash

Who feels it knows it!
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.
 

mz_JazE

Southern Belle
I know but I find it best to not underestimate the stupidity of smallies.



No. Nothing replaces skanking.
These are all derivatives of current and old dancehall moves. Most seemed centered around the Dela Move which was made popular in the late 80's.
gracias!
 
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