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Dancehall: The Story of Jamaican Dancehall Culture

Dancehall: The Story of Jamaican Dancehall Culture

Dancehall: The Story of Jamaican Dancehall Culture

By Benjamin Peronne on Thursday, August 28, 2008 - Comment

A new book about dancehall is coming soon.

Dancehall : The Story of Jamaican Dancehall Culture, by Beth LesserAfter her book dedicated to King Jammy, Beth Lesser is back with a new one.

In her work entitled Dancehall: The Story of Jamaican Dancehall Culture the author and photographer explores the evolution of this music and gives a lot of information about its key artists. With more than one hundred exclusive photographs, this looks to be a must-read-book.

Published by Soul Jazz Records, this little jewel will be available for the end of October.

As an appetizer, we propose you check out these exclusive pictures by Beth Lesser which will be included in Dancehall: The Story of Jamaican Dancehall Culture.

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