Zouk dancing

Zouk dancing, or Zouk béton is a fast tempo carnival style of dance originating from the Caribbean islands of Guadeloupe and Martinique, popularized by the French Antilles kassav in the 1980s. Zouk means festival, well-named because it uses carnival rhythms and contains West African influences. Zouk arose in the early to mid-1980s from kadans. Elements of gwo ka, tambour, ti bwa and biguine vidé are prominent in zouk. The French Creole tongue..
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Samba is the dance of the Río de Janeiro Carnival in Brazil.  The specialized schools of samba compete with each other during the carnival. The samba is a popular dance not only in carnival but in the favelas (ghetto villages) outside of the main cities.

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