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OH NO: All Jamaican Music Officially ENDS per BAN

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OK Perhaps it’s not ENDING but ALL Jamaican music is about fooking or violence, what’s left? The nation of has instituted an island -wide ban of all music which glorifies violence or sexual activity. The ban, which became official earlier this week, is targeted at quelling the growing dancehall trend called “daggering,” where participants stimulate sexual intercourse on the dance floor. The style was popularized by dancehall Mr. Vegas, who released a song and of the same name last June. Under the new regulation, all music with lyrics detailing murder, arson, rape, and gun violence cannot be Furthermore, ’s are not even allowed to be censored versions of songs, as the intent and suggestive nature of the tracks would still be discernible. As the country’s most popular music genre, dancehall s to be the most affected by the new ruling. However, the decree will also limit the accessibility of Soca and -Hop on the island . -Hop has strong with the Caribbean island due to Jamaican-born DJ Kool Herc, who helped launch the genre of Hip-Hop in the 70s, after migrating to in the late 1960s. Per All

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