Sulphurous music, the dancehall dethroned the Reggae in Jamaica. Music of the ghetto and the gangsters,
this music carries strangely the rhythms of the first Jamaican religions in 18th and 19th centuries. Worships unknown or despised by most of
inhabitants. Through images of ceremonies and interviews of the creators of the Dancehall, appears a thirst of spirituality against the forgetting
of its roots.
featuring Sly Dunbar, Clevie Browne, Sizzla, Papa Jaro, The Unstoppable Kumina band, Fil Calender and more....