The Effect of Reggae Music on Sports

Reggae is a genre of music that originated in Jamaica in the sixties. Bob Marley
was one of the chief proponents of Reggae, and his message and music have
popularized this genre initially, and this popularity has only grown in the last 50
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The Effect of Reggae Music on SportsSprint legend Sir Usain Bolt - Jamaican sprinter and world record holder.

In the United States, this form of music has become extremely well known and
sought after, especially by the current generation. You have more people
listening to it while betting on lucky numbers with Betway, and why not? It’s
What Makes Reggae Music So Popular?

Beginning with performances at indoor music halls, this form of music has now
made its presence outdoors also.

Several Reggae bands have performed in outdoor festivals and events too.
Reggae music has had a resounding effect on culture. Numerous bands
performing Reggae have sprung up all over the USA. No wonder that Reggae
has also had a phenomenal impact on sports. Reggae rock music bands like the
Rebelution and The Expendables have performed before major league baseball
games for the San Francisco Giants.

At the sporting events hosted in Bay Area, the Reggae band Iration was called
in to perform. Generally, the Reggae bands are able to pump in a lot of
excitement into spectators as well as players by their performances. Polynesian
Heritage Nights have also featured Reggae bands in sporting events.

Annuhea performed a solo at the pro bowl half time show in Honolulu also
singing the national anthem before the Minnesota Vikings took the field. Fiji
sang the national anthem at a Steelers game. Siaosi, a soloist from Hawaii sang
the national anthem in San Francisco.

Another artist Tenelle from California sang the national anthem at Petco Park in
San Diego for a Padres game. In addition to the popularity the artists and
performers of the Reggae genre have gained a lot of notoriety with each
subsequent performance.

The general popularity of the Reggae genre of music is amazing and they seem
to be here to stay. Over the years the people in America have grown
overwhelmingly accepting of Reggae music. Reggae bands are constantly
touring, and their performances are cheered on by a crowd of youngsters who
love rock.

It looks like the Reggae genre is here to stay and it shows signs of becoming
more and more addictive to the crowds everywhere. The sports lovers are no
exception. It definitely helps to raise the pitch sky-high just before a major
baseball league and send fans into a tizzy.

The love for Reggae is compounded manifold when international superstars go
out of the way to send invites to bands. With this kind of euphoria, the day is
not far when Reggae bands become an indelible part of most sporting events.
People like to watch thrilling sport and added to that if they also get to listen to
adrenaline-pumping music, the combination is definitely a heady mix.


Have you heard Reggae Music before? What do you think of it? Let us know in
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