Hi Everyone 🙂 Today I’m sharing something that I hope will make you get up and start dancing, or at least do a little jig. Please enjoy the funny video to go along with it, I need to get my skills up like this.
Hi Everyone 🙂
Since this is the week following Hero’s Day, I decided to show you a part of Jamaica’s culture; a music genre born here, Dancehall. The song for today is “Needle Eye” by Spice, this is a Gyal Chune, which simply means it’s a song (tune) made for the ladies to show off their dancing skills. Take a listen but beware, it’s explicit.
It’s one of my favourites 😀
Hello 🙂 I want to thank Terry from Through The Lens of My Life for tagging me to do the “Love in Ten Sentences” event, I love a challenge and I’m trying to sharpen my poetry skills so I’m going to give this a try. For all who don’t know, I’m a drummer and percussionist. I love it.
To Each His Own…Passion
Love is the riddim.
Love is the pain.
Love is the concentration.
Love is perfecting it.
Love is getting lost
in it, there’s love.
Grooving in the love.
None can stop love.
Love! when it hits.
Drumming, is my love.
My favourite quote on love is Continue reading Love In 10 Sentences
Hello Everyone 🙂 Today I’m telling you about the Jamaica Dance Umbrella, it’s an annual dance season. L’Acadco, the dance company, which I’m a part of, will be performing on the Launch night, which is Thursday March 5th, this show is free of charge. It is 8pm at the …
How to make happiness:
- Listen to your favourite songs, sing along.
- Dance it out (I can’t dance either but that’s not the point.)
- Lay on any flat surface & stare upwards, breathe.
- Go hang out with your friends, go be in the company of people you love.
- Write about that thing that’s got you down.
- Drink some tea.
- Cry about it.
- Hug it out.
- Remember but move on.
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