- dance + hall (Wiktionary)
“The hits and trends in dancehall reggae churn so rapidly that it's easy to miss them if you aren't involved in the scene.”
“It is such a gem and he manages to have the audience mutter in support as Antoinette declares that she could use one of those evenings of dance in the reggae dancehall, when the dancehall is a holy place.”
“Zeebo and Roots skipped and hopped in a rub-a-dub dancehall style while bassist Ashish Vyas bounced and shimmied across the stage.”
“I mean, they're kind of - they're kind of dancehall, kind of coarse kind of lyrics.”
“Live Loving, in the late '70s heralded the coming of the "dancehall" style that soon eclipsed roots reggae.”
“Models in fiery red wigs wore adventurous layered outfits from which inspiration was drawn from her dual Jamaican/British heritage and musical styles such as dancehall, jazz and flamenco.”
“Listen to the song Street Crie ( "Balancee Ohh") and you will realize this probably was the first "dancehall" style lyrics recorded.”
“The dancehall is the place where the shotta, who has no education, no middle-class connections, no colour credentials, no good looks and no uptown address, can come and feel honoured and celebrated for the sheer power of his gun and his savagery, "Boyne wrote many years ago.”
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