African dance
African dance refers mainly to the dance of Sub-Saharan Africa, and more appropriately African dances because of the many cultural differences in musical and movement styles. These dances must be view...
African dance - Wikipedia
Nick and Diana - Satuday night demo @ DFX
Denver Fusion Exchange Saturday night demo: Nick Jones & Diana Cruz January 12, 2014
UNIDOS POR LA KIZOMBA - "VERSUS ACADEMY" (Flashmob Ostia, Rome, Italy) - YouTube
UNIDOS POR LA KIZOMBA - "VERSUS ACADEMY" (Flashmob Ostia, Rome, Italy) music: VersuS - Opera SCUOLE PARTECIPANTI: VERSUS ACADEMY - MARIPOSA DANCE SCHOOL - JU...
Ambasse bey
Ambasse bey or ambas-i-bay is a style of folk music and dance from Cameroon. The music is based on commonly available instruments, especially guitar, with percussion provided by sticks and bottles. Th...
Ambasse bey - Wikipedia
Borrowdale dance
The Borrowdale dance (also known as the dance of horses) is a Zimbabwean dance named after the horse-racing track situated in the Borrowdale suburb of Zimbabwe's capital city, Harare. The dance is ch...
Kakilambe
Kakilambe or Kaki lambe (sometimes spelled as "Kalilambe") is an African dance. It is a ritual dance. There is contradictory information as to whether it is originated among the Baga people of Guinea ...
Mapouka
Mapouka (also macouka) is a traditional dance from the Dabou area of southeast Côte d'Ivoire that originated with the Aizi, Alladian and Avikam people. It is also known as "la danse du fessier" or "th...
Tufo (dance)
Tufo is a traditional dance in Northern Mozambique. The dance is performed by groups of women and is found in Maputo, the provinces of Cabo Delgado and Nampula and the Island of Mozambique. Of Arab or...
Masquerade ceremony
A masquerade ceremony (or masked rite, festival, procession or dance) is a cultural or religious event involving the wearing of masks.Examples include the West African and African Diaspora masquerades...
Xibelani dance
The xibelani dance or shibelani dance is an indigenous dance of the Tsonga or Shangaan women of the Limpopo province in northern South Africa. The name of the dance comes from the native Xitsonga lang...
Xibelani dance - Wikipedia
Hunguhungu
Hunguhungu or fedu is a form of traditional swaying circular dance performed by the women of the Garifuna people of Belize, Honduras, Nicaragua and Guatemala. The music for the dance is composed of rh...
Djolé
Djolé (also known as Jolé or Yolé) is a mask-dance from Temine people in Sierra Leone. It is played traditionally with a large square drum called sikko.Although a mask depicts a female, it is carried ...
Bobaraba
Bobaraba is a national dance craze in Ivory Coast and neighboring Mali inspired by DJ Mix and DJ Eloh's hit song Bobaraba, which means "big bottom" in the local Dyula language and in the Bambara langu...
Toyi-toyi
Toyi-toyi is a Southern African dance originally from Zimbabwe by Zimbabwe People's Revolutionary Army (ZIPRA) forces that has long been used in political protests in South Africa.Toyi-toyi could begi...
Coladeira
The coladeira ([kulɐˈdejɾɐ]; Cape Verdean Creole: koladera, [kolɐˈdeɾɐ]) is a music genre from Cape Verde.
As a music genre the coladeira is characterized by having a variable tempo, from allegro ...
Coladeira - Wikipedia
Hiragasy
The hiragasy (hira: song; gasy: Malagasy) is a musical tradition in Madagascar and particularly among the Merina ethnic group of the Highland regions around the capital of Antananarivo. The hiragasy i...
Hiragasy - Wikipedia
Aláàrìnjó
Aláàrìnjó is a traditional dance-theatre troupe among the Yoruba.According to music historian Roger Blench, Aláàrìnjó dates back to the sixteenth century and probably developed from the Egúngún masque...
Gumboot dance
The gumboot dance (or Isicathulo) is an African dance that is performed by dancers wearing wellington boots. In South Africa these are more commonly called gumboots.The boots may be embellished with b...
Gumboot dance - Wikipedia
Assiko
The Assiko is a popular dance from the South of Cameroon.Originally based in the Bassa country, this rhythmed dance takes its name from two words: ISI, changed into ASSI, which means earth or ground; ...
Music of Madagascar
The highly diverse and distinctive music of Madagascar has been shaped by the musical traditions of Southeast Asia, Africa, Arabia, England, France and the United States as successive waves of settler...
Music of Madagascar - Wikipedia
Agbekor
Agbekor is a style of dance by the West African peoples of Ewe and Fon. It is an ancient dance once known as Atamga, Ga meaning 'great', Atam meaning 'oath'. It is now performed by the people of Dzog...
Chakacha
Chakacha is a traditional music and dance style (a ngoma) of the Swahili people of coastal Kenya and Tanzania, originally associated to weddings and performed and watched by women. In the late 20th ce...
Okumkpa
Okumkpa is an African dance noted for its humorous qualities, performed in Igbo Afikpo tribes in Nigeria. It is usually performed after the Dry Season Festival. The performers wear masks to transform ...
Sokkie
Sokkie is a style of music and dance unique to Southern Africa and popular mostly with Afrikaners.
Sokkie dance is a style of social ballroom dance with a partner.It is also referred to in Afrikaa...
Guérewol
The Guérewol (var. Guerewol, Gerewol) is an annual courtship ritual competition among the Wodaabe Fula people of Niger. Young men dressed in elaborate ornamentation and made up in traditional face pai...
Guérewol - Wikipedia
Indlamu
Indlamu ([ind͡ɮaːmu]) is a traditional Zulu dance from South Africa where the dancer lifts one foot over his head and brings it down hard, landing squarely on the downbeat. Typically, two dancers in w...