Reggae versus Dance hall—Addendum


en·er·gy
The strength and vitality required for sustained physical or mental activity. Changes in the levels of vitamins can affect energy and well-being, a person’s physical and mental powers, typically as applied to a particular task or activity. Energies have a frequency that it vibrates on. Sometimes the vibration will be off and the frequency will not harmonize. This vibration is said to keep one stagnant on a particular frequency, preventing it to raise its vibration to an harmonical state, necessary for said energy to flow consistently. Dance Hall music, like many things in Jamaica are vibrating off kilter or on a off beat frequency, that resides on the sexual or violent frequency. This level of vibration in turn attracts similar energy, which becomes an entity in and of itself.

 

Just in case one didn’t follow up on the video at the end of the last post, I am posting parts 2 and 3 of the BBC documentary on the oustory of Jamaican music. The audience may have a somewhat deeper overstanding of how Reggae music transitioned to its current state of cannibal music.

 

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