For starters stamp 1 2 3 4 slowly and stamp hard on 2 and 4 giving the right beat rhythm. in keyboard to play a cord. tap 3 certain key at same time.
cord c =c e g
cord f =f a c
cord g =g b d
they are the basic
To see a video explaining how this is done watch the YouTube video below.
there was alot of people who performed with Reggae.
Typically Reggae music.
Reggae.. They played what I like to call "pop-reggae" (as opposed to i.e. roots reggae..)
Bob Marley played reggae music
the influence that reggae music has is
Reggae is a type of music.
The music of Jamaica includes Jamaican folk music and many popular genres, such as mento, ska, rocksteady, reggae, dub music, dancehall, reggae fusion and related styles.
The first Asian- Jamaicans to be introduced to and to play Reggae music were- Geoffrey Chung and his Brother- Michael Chung..Ricardo Scott introduced them to it in 1962.
They really have access to any kind of music, but they classically play and listen to reggae.
He played reggae music (that's what its called or the style)
Calypso, Soca, Dancehall, Reggae, Compas, Zouk and Salsa music.
A mixture of jazz, soul, reggae & pop music.
R&B, pop, reggae, dance.
how and where did reggae started
the rythm of the beat makes it regge.
reggae music is from Jamaica it was formed in the late 1960
Choice FM seems to play what they classify as "urban" music. From looking at their website, it looks as if they play urban music, RnB, Hip Hop, and Reggae music.
Here i an article that i just did. It tells you a little yard style to reggae music. http://musicouch.com/genres/reggae/what-is-reggae-music-where-to-hear-it/ Enjoy!
It is a type of Dance you do to Reggae Music.
Reggae is ususally about their lives.
Cubans play a type of spanish reggae and regular spanish tunes that they enjoy.
we listen to all types of music, however we are reknowned for our dancehall, reggae, bashment and soca.
Reggae music is about : social injustice spirtuality ganja ( cannabis) love and sex.
Reggae music was first developed in Jamaica in the late 1960's