Dancehall beats

Dancehall beats for independent rappers, singers and content creators.
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Dancehall beats

Dancehall beats is a genre of urban folk music which came out of Jamaica.
In the mid to late 1970s and is generally considered to be the direct predecessor of rap.
Dancehall beats is, in its most basic form, a deejay toasting (or rapping) over a riddim.
Dancehall is also known as bashment, a term which can refer to either the music itself or a large party where dancehall music is played.

Dancehall gets its name, predictably, from large halls or street spaces where deejays were setting up their sound systems.
As the idea of toasting, rather than just playing pre-recorded songs, became popula.
Some of the more popular early deejays were King Jammy, Shabba Ranks, and Yellowman.

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