That’s what Jamaican singer Charly Black said when asked about how much of dancehall was expected during his performance at The Cosmopolitan in Port Moresby.
For those who don’t know what dancehall is, it is an underground genre that emerged from Jamaica, at least two decades after Roots Reggae.
According to Jamaicanmusic.com, it is often referred to as reggae's ‘rebellious cousin’.
Just like other music genres, it has evolved and redefined over time. And while it is mostly confused to be reggae, Jamaicanmusic.com states that the two are very different.