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Dancehall Dance Moves - What or which one is your favourite of all time?
From the early days of Ska, Rocksteady, Reggae and Dancehall music, Jamaican artists having been creating world catching dancehall moves.
Depending on the era or genre of music you enjoyed, I bet you at some point danced your shoes off?.
One of the most popular Dancehall dancers is Mr Wacky aka Bogle, he is best known for the creation of the Dancehall dance he created for Buju Banton's chart-topping single "Bogle".
Watch as Boysie Roses demonstrate how to do the Bogle dance.
Another Dancehall dance move which took the world by storm was John Hype's "Pon The River, Pon The Bank". The soundtrack for the dance was released in 2003 on the Good 2 Go Riddim was done by Dancehall artist Elephant Man.
The video was so popular due to the dance moves it was nominated for the MTV Video Music Awards.
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Most of the popular Dancehall Music's dance moves were created by Bogle, Elephant Man, John Hype, RDX, Voicemail, QQ, Mr Vegas, Shelly Belly, Marvin "The Beast", and Ding Dong & The Ravers Clavers Crew.
Did we missed any of your favourite popular Dance moves? If we did, please posted them in the comment box below and we'll post them in the article.
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