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Reggae Part 2: Dance/ Choreography

This is the follow up to the Reggae Project! This one is about Reggae Dance/ Choreography. ENJOY! :D

Natalija Vasiljevic

on 26 May 2013

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Transcript of Reggae Part 2: Dance/ Choreography

By:Deqa,Natalija,Jacky,Tevon and Jathavan Reggae: Dance Bogle Dance Dancehall Reggae dance is very unique and requires a
lot of rhythm. It also involves a lot of fun and
strength. The dances get really intense! There are many different dances fitted into Reggae
culture. Today, we will be showing you clips and
photos of dance from Reggae. Some examples are:
Dancehall, Bogle dance, Ce'cile and Skank. These dances are the dances that best show the world what Reggae is all about! The Bogle Dance is a Jamaican-born dance move invented in the 1990s which involves the moving of one’s body in a longitudinal, ocean-wave motion while at the same time raising one's arms up and down, aiding the wave motion. Dancehall is a genre of Jamaican popular music that originated in the late 1970s. Initially dancehall was a more sparse version of reggae than the roots style, which had dominated much of the 1970s. This was embraced by the Reggae culture and the Caribbean islands mixed their dances to create Dancehall, the most popular dance in the Caribbean. A little humor :) Reggae Part 2: Dance and Choreography READYYYYYYYY?!?!?!?!?!!!?!?! Skank Dance Take a look at these hilarious, adorable puppets doing some dancing on the streets. ENJOY! :D ;) :) The dance style originated in the 1950s or 1960s at Jamaican dance halls, where ska music was played. British mods and skinheads of the 1960s adopted these types of dances and altered them. The dancing style was revived during the 1970s and 1980s 2 Tone era, and has been adopted by some individuals. THANK YOU!!!!!!!!!! For watching and listening to our presentation! Hope you learned a lot!
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