FREE READ Dancehall
DanceHall combines cultural geography performance studies and cultural studies to examine performance culture across the Black Atlantic Taking Jamaican dancehall music as its prime example DanceHall reveals a complex web of cultural practices politics rituals philosophies and survival strategies that link Caribbean African and African diasporic performance Combining the rhythms of reggae digital sounds and rapid fire DJ lyrics dancehall music was popularized in Jamaica during the later part of the last century by a.
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Rtists such as Shabba Ranks Shaggy Beenie Man and Buju Banton Even as its popularity grows around the world a detailed understanding of dancehall performance space lifestyle and meanings is missing Author Sonjah Stanley Niaah relates how dancehall emerged from the marginalized youth culture of Kingston's ghettos and how it remains inextricably linked to the ghetto giving its performance culture and spaces a distinct identity She reveals how dancehall's migratory networks embodied practice institutional frameworks a.
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Nd ritual practices link it to other musical styles such as American blues South African kwaito and Latin American reggaetn She shows that dancehall is part of a legacy that reaches from the dance shrubs of West Indian plantations and the early negro churches to the taxi dance halls of Chicago and the ballrooms of Manhattan Indeed DanceHall stretches across the whole of the Black Atlantic's geography and history to produce its detailed portrait of dancehall in its local regional and transnational performance spaces.