Learning Reggae Dance Moves
"Learn how to dance reggae and dancehall music"

Learning reggae dance Moves! Or should we say, Learn HOW to dance reggae and dancehall music!

Most dancehall and reggae music lovers might say dancing to reggae and dancehall music is very hard. I've always wonder.

Because most Jamaicans find it very easy to create a new dance.

Learning Reggae and Dancehall Dance Moves - Ding Dong

As per Dance Jamaica Academy - Dancehall dance is a street dance style primarily performed to dancehall music and evolved as part of dancehall culture.

It includes a wide range of codified steps with 'Specific' names, which are directly influenced by the Jamaican way of life.

Dancehall folk form, first emerged in the late 1980s and was made popular by solo dancers and dance crews in Kingston, Jamaica.

There is now a place in Jamaica where you can go and learn Dancehall dance moves.

For more information click here

Dancing to reggae music lyrics is very easy, Most of the dance moves actually have a song which gives you instruction on how the dance should be done.

For the young at heart who loves dancehall and reggae music, guess what? we have some videos to help you.

When we were doing the research for this topic we came across a lot of videos promoting how to dance to this unique music,but the videos below are the ones that came the closet.

For you Jamaicans I know that you might find this funny because dancing is natural for you folks.

We've also added a comment box below for you to post your comments and any advice that you might have.

Now just turn the volume up on your computer, close your room door and start learning how to dance to Jamaica's finest music.

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