v=Rne1XDv QK2Q Not sure if this is Caribbean proper but anyway: v=o Vz2159WMa AReggaeton Reggaeton (pronounced /ˌrɛɡeɪˈtoʊn/; also spelled reggaetn, and known as reguetn and reggaetn in Spanish) is a form of urban music that became popular with Latin American youth in the early 1990s.
This collection brings together 15 tasty vintage selections from the ART Records library; half the selections are drawn from the Bahamas while the remaining tracks are pulled from Jamaica and Trinidad.
The scandals of the upper class whites, always a topic worthy of gossip, began receiving treatment in popular song, and British censorship quickly came into force.
The double entendre approach was refined by composers to evade official screening for political or sexual content, a ploy which remained steadily successful, even, as it turns out, with the very song that launched the global calypso craze.
It originally combined the melodic lilting sound of calypso with insistent percussion (which is often electronic in recent music) and local chutney music. The islands had a core population of descendants of African slaves and workers and remnants of the indigenes, while colonial masters changed rapidly bringing settlers from France, Spain and the United Kingdom, together with their music styles. Reggaeton's predecessor originated in Panama as reggae en espaol.“The Jolly Boys” of Jamaica perform a bright rendition of “Take Me Back to Jamaica” in a calypso-inflected style called mento, with guitar and hand drums plus a banjo that sounds like steel drums. The rolling ragtime of Blind Blake and His Royal Victorians “Peas and Rice” has a ‘20s chord progression and sound when dealing with the topic of tourism and local acquired tastes for drinking and living the high life of tourists.The lyrics refer to local population as “natives” while the refrain is painfully vaudevillian: “Mammy don’t want no peas, no rice, no coconut oil”.The name was originally kaiso, which is now believed to come from Efik ka isu 'go on! However, reggaeton is also combined with rapping or singing in Spanish.
' and Ibibio kaa iso 'continue, go on', used in urging someone on or in backing a contestant. v=6_Xcs Rhkfg M David Rudder Calypso Music - Sonata Steel Orchestra v=ls RSIGR5m D4 Songs6/Fat Island Jamaican Ska Ska (pronounced /ˈskɑː/, Jamaican [skja]) is a music genre that originated in Jamaica in the late 1950s, and was the precursor to rocksteady and reggae. The influence of this genre has spread to the wider Latino communities in the United States, as well as the Latin American audience.They have produced several memorable covers in this style, including versions of "Island in the Sun" (originally by Harry Belafonte), "Jamaica Farewell", "Hot Hot Hot" and "Mary's Boy Child".