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Largest kompa groups

  • 1

    DMV Caribbean Music Lovers

    5,103 Caribbean Music Fans | Washington, USA

    William Storm

    Organized by William Storm

    William Storm

    Organized by William Storm

  • 2


    2,950 Kizomba'niacs | Washington, USA


    Organized by oscar


    Organized by oscar

  • 3

    Dance and Learn Kizomba & Semba in Texas

    1,656 Kizombeiros | Houston, USA

    Monica Kay

    Organized by Monica Kay

    Monica Kay

    Organized by Monica Kay

  • 4

    Afro-Caribbean Bay Area Community Dance & Events

    681 Members | San Francisco, USA

    KizomBay United & AfroCali

    Organized by KizomBay United & AfroCali

    KizomBay United & AfroCali

    Organized by KizomBay United & AfroCali

  • 5

    Kizomba Atlanta

    427 Kizomba Dance Fans! | Lilburn, USA


    Organized by Sean-C


    Organized by Sean-C

  • 6

    Semil Kizomba Dance

    339 Dance Family | Orlando, USA

    semil sineus

    Organized by semil sineus

    semil sineus

    Organized by semil sineus

  • 7


    328 Kiz'ADDiCTED | Miami Beach, USA

    Alex KiZOA

    Organized by Alex KiZOA

    Alex KiZOA

    Organized by Alex KiZOA

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    Denver Kizomba & Semba Meetup Group

    87 Members | Denver, USA

    Aris Atakem

    Organized by Aris Atakem

    Aris Atakem

    Organized by Aris Atakem

  • 9

    Go Global Texas | For Small & Medium Businesses

    70 Micro-Multinationals | Houston, USA


    Organized by Zindze


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    17 Micro-Multinationals | Dublin, USA


    Organized by Zindze


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Newest kompa groups

  • Denver Kizomba & Semba Meetup Group

    87 Members

    Started Dec 2 in Denver, USA

  • Semil Kizomba Dance

    339 Dance Family

    Started Jul 13 in Orlando, USA

  • Afro-Caribbean Bay Area Community Dance & Events

    681 Members

    Started Dec 22 in San Francisco, USA

  • Dance and Learn Kizomba & Semba in Texas

    1656 Kizombeiros

    Started May 28 in Houston, USA


    328 Kiz'ADDiCTED

    Started Apr 20 in Miami Beach, USA


    2950 Kizomba'niacs

    Started Jun 6 in Washington, USA

Kizomba Dancing & History - Zouk, Kompa, Passada

Updated 11-7-22 (From Interviews & various sources)

Kizomba is Afro Caribbean Zouk

Kizomba is a close and sensual partner dance style which is growing massively through the world and its extremely popular in Europe which is driving this style everywhere. It's mainly considered to have come from Portugal because this was the place that fused all the different cultural styles, it was the melting pot and the place in Europe it all came together. The base of Kizomba music is actually "Afro Caribbean Zouk'  Many West African Countries have their own version of Zouk. Kizomba is an encompassing name for many styles which was orginally called 'Passada', its actually Afro - Caribbean Zouk, a fusion between Caribbean Zouk, Caribbean Kompa and Angolan traditional music, the same thing happens with the dance styles see '4 Pillars of Kizomba'. Caboverdians define their afro-zouk as cola-zouk, cabo-zouk or cabo-love. Afro-zouk from Guinea-Bissau is called meia-batida. In fact, afro-zouk exists in countries like the Congo, Mali, Ivory Coast, Gabon, São Tomé and Prince, Mozambique, Nigeria, Cameroon, Madagascar etc. Zouk started in the French Caribbean which also has Afro influences. The dance styles also follow the music. For Example Zouk music from the Caribbean also has Zouk Dancing style very much the same as Kizomba, it's from the Caribbean which also influences Kizomba the dance & vice versa. The history of Kizomba is difficult but necessary, it's relatively hard to find through the conflicting information and disinformation because many try to claim it. It's good to focus on the music origins, since it is the base of every dance. It’s interesting to note that the associated dances experienced similar if not the same paths as the music because they usually go together.

In a Nutshell
Dancers from various Islands & countries came to dance passada socially in Portugal, it was this, that kick started a mixing pot of moves, style & basics to create what we know as Kizomba Today. As an example; some dancers previous only used either a base of 3 or a base of 4 (i.e. Basic 2 or Basic 3) . Each had their own unique steps & styles depending on their background but once they started learning from each other new possibilities gave birth to more kinds of basics and moves. This is how dance styles evolve.


Kizomba Music genre

Kizomba is characterised by a slower, romantic, more sensuous rhythm than Semba. Kizomba music emerged as a more modern music genre with a sensual touch mixed with African rhythm and Kompa & Zouk from the Caribbean.

Original influential music styles from Cape Verde are funaná, morna, coladeira and batuque. Thanks to the French Antilles Zouk aka Caribbean Zouk music and the strong influence of Semba, Cape Verdean singers have developed significantly Kizomba and Zouk (mixing it with Coladeira) known as cabo love or cola-dance. Moreover, every lusophone country has developed its own Kizomba music flavour which is a type of Afro-Zouk It is impossible to speak about Kizomba and not speak about Caboverdians and how much they influenced many countries afro-zouk/cola-zouk/meia-batida/kizomba. Especially because in the beginning of the 90s Angola was still going through a civil war that started in 1975 (right after their independence from Portugal) and only finished in 2002.

All these Caboverdian singers and their music were having a big impact on the PALOP* community at large. In Portugal was truly were people kept Kizomba alive, Angola was at war and the rest of the PALOP countries were also struggling in their new independence. The love for kompa, zouk and afrozouk inadvertently had a uniting effect at PALOP night clubs frequented by emigrants arriving in Portugal.

Popular singers from Angola who resided in Portugal during the 90s were mainly Bonga, Eduardo Paim and Paulo Flores with Irmãos Verdades (having their debut in the late 90s). And we saw the appearance of artists like Fernando Santos, Carlos Burity (Semba), Rey Weba, Maya Cool, Tabanka Djaz and Justino Delgado from Guine Bissau, or Juka from Mozambique or Camilo Domingos from São Tomé and Prince.Caboverdian singers and producers had influence in Congo (Lutchiana), Ivory Coast (Monique Seka), Gabon (Oliver N’Goma), Angola, Guine-Bissau and São Tomé and Prince. .... Remember the dance styles follow the music!

Kizomba Dance genre

The Kizomba dance is a couple dance from which many styles such as, Tarraxinha and Urban Kiz derived from. Before the word Kizomba was adopted by Angolans in the 80s most PALOPS used to refer to it as “Passada” (including many Angolans). Passada uses the universal basics of partner dances. Side to side, Travelling & 360 degree rotation. These are basics that came from the European dance called the Waltz which is dating back to the 16th century, its the original partner dance style of them all. Almost all partner dances have universal basics; from Bolero, to Son, to Bachata, Kompa  to Semba, to Forro, to Tango etc…  Each of these dances are how each culture perceived and mutated those basics into something that reflects their identity through music & dance.

Passada to Kizomba

Orginally Kizomba was infact  known as Passada. The name change from Passada to Kizomba happened  in Portugal where this dance style was popularised. There were many Angolans in the Passada dance community too which sparked the change, it was also fuelled by a number of original Kizomba teachers as below.  (kizomba/quizomba/izomba), translated from kimbundo it means “party”, describing both the event and the place where people would gather to dance and celebrate. So the name Kizomba was much more fitting & catchier, soon everyone was calling it Kizomba - which in turn also helped its popularity.

The 7 Original Kizomba Teachers

These teachers are the main dancers that popularised Kizomba in Portugal. They are teachers of teachers and pushed this style through to the world. They are considered very important in the development from Passada to Kizomba and influenced the dance style as we know today.
Names Include;
- Kwenda Lima

- Helio Santos

- Ze Barbosa

- Tomas Keita

- Petchu

- Anthonio Bandeira

- Avelino chantre

Look them up on youtube and you will see they all dance very differently, different styles & different flavours from various cultures. It's amazing to see the rich diversity and yes - they are 'all' valid and Original Authentic Kizomba dancers.

Kizomba Claims

Unfortunately there are many promoters, teachers, deejays & dancers who claim they are the ones dancing the 'original or traditional Kizomba', and other peopler are not, or some would just say "Kizomba comes from Angola". Often this is repackaged Semba danced to Kizomba. However the truth is Kizomba is Passada and it's actually a mix of many dance styles and is much much more diverse that one style - (see 4 pillars of Kizomba). Kizomba is described as "Afro-Caribbean-Zouk" as outlined in detail on this page, its not just "Afro"! The big problem is the same disinformation is passed on from one teacher to the next - often due to subjective underlying control, personal taste, marketing reasons or money & fame. Those very ideas or ideals often claiming to preserve these dances by trying to take ownership, is infact limiting it's true potential. You can also see parallels with other dance styles where similar claims have been done in the past.
This information is not designed to disrespect any one person or culture, however to respect 'all' the cultures which influenced Kizomba. It's always better to open up to  growth not restrict it, because if its not growing its dying. Yes we also need to value the History and 'all' the original styles need to be taught, respected and passed on, because they give the true essence of the dance.
The 2nd video below does a great job of explaining these concepts. Infact we highly recommend watching all the videos below to get more understanding of Kizomba roots, especially Helio Santos, one of the 7 original teachers/dancers of Kizomba in Portugal who talks about the misinformation. This main group of dancers that influenced & developed the dance style and its popularity in Portugal.

Is Kizomba a Latin Dance?
Most people say it isn't because they don't understand the full history. Because of the connection to Caribbean and they are romance languages i.e. Latin. Then you could argue yes it is a Latin Dance. Infact all Latin dances also have Afro hertitage so all Latin dances are Afro Latin Dances. Now you might also say all Afro Latin Dances are also Euro Afro Latin Dances because without the Waltz we wouldn't have partner dancing. But as for a 'Latin dance night' which could include; Salsa, Merengue, Bachata & Kizomba we think this is appropriate because its inclusive. 

The 4 pillars of of Traditional Kizomba are the Music and dance styles that influenced what is known as Kizomba Today, which include; Kompa, Zouk, Semba & Coladiera. Kizomba embodies all these traditional & sub styles of music and dance. You can dance the style you like or a mix 

of them to any of these types of music, this is the true freedom Kizomba because its many styles.


#1 Kompa, Compa (konpa) 

The genre was popularized following the 1955 creation of the band Conjunto International by Nemours Jean-Batiste. It is the main music of many countries such as Dominica and the French Antilles, etc. Whether it is called zouk where French Antilles artists of Martinique and Guadalupe have taken it or compas in places where Haitian artists have toured, this méringue style is very influential in the Caribbean, Cabo Verde, Guinea Bissau, Angola and many others West African countries, France, part of Canada, South and North America.

By the 1960s, Kompa Direk became the most popular form of Haitian music, with numerous bands arriving on the scene: Tabou Combo, Bosa Combo, Shlue-Shlue,  and Les Fantaisistes. This was during the latter part of the 60's, post 1967. The latter bands were referred to as "Mini Djaz." A more guitar emphasis was placed in the music, as in Rock & Roll. The bands were smaller versions of Nemours's orchestra. The 1960s also brought about the exposure of Kompa to a wider audience and solidifying its status as one of the popular French Caribbean music style straight into the 70's.

By the 80's, we see the rise of antillean Zouk and Kassav. By mid 80s, Zouk was the most listened to music in Haiti. This spurred a new style of Kompa, called nouvel jenerasyon. Nouvel jenerasyon incorporated technology in Kompa, synthesizers, drum machines, computer software. It streamlined the Kompa band. Synthesizers replaced horns. Drum machines used in placed of conga, tom toms, and even the drummer. Some musician went further and got rid of all natural instruments, totally synthesized, called digital bands.  Less musicians were needed to produce and perform Kompa. The Kompa band was geared to more concert venues as opposed to being a dance hall party band.

Literally meaning “beat” or “rythym” in Spanish, kompa is a Haitian music genre with the stylings of Cuban contradanza, Son Cubano, jazz elements, African rhythms, and Dominican merengue. Unlike zouk, it is sung in mostly Haitian Creole.


#2 Zouk

Zouk is a style of music and dance derived from Afro-Caribbean French creole culture of the lesser Antilles, Martinique, Guadeloupe, Dominica, and St. Lucia. Zouk had its initial beginnings in the French department of Guadeloupe and Martinique. Initially, the French departments listened to Jazz and Latin music(Brazil, Argentina, Cuba). Numerous bands sprang up playing these forms. 
Zouk is dance music. Zouk dance style is similar to Kompa and often known now as Zouk Love or French Zouk. Zouk also influenced Kizomba and developed its own dancing style as we know.

Zouk has a fast rhythm, followed by a strong beat, and instrumentally is created by traditional instruments in live orchestra. It is sung mainly in French creole. Zouk, today often described as “retro-zouk,” had its beginning in 1979. History tells us that in 1979 in Paris Jacob F. Desvarieux, Pierre-Edouard Décimus and his brother Georges Décimus met together and decided to make a new album. All three of them came from Guadeloupe, so they gathered musicians from the French Antilles* and formed a band known as Kassav. The first lineup of Kassav was all from Guadeloupe, but soon after it gained members from Martinique as well. These musicians were from the French Antilles and had well known careers all through the Caribbean. Their albums Love and Ka Dance were created in 1980 with influences of different styles of music from throughout the Caribbean; kompa (Haiti), cadence and merengue (Dominican Republic), calipso (Trinidad & Tobago) and others all combined with strong carnival sounds. This is how zouk was made. The name Zouk comes from Creole in Martinique and the meaning of “zouk” is translated as “festival,” which indeed describes the music itself very well.

Encouraged by their big success, Kassav did not confine their touring to just the Caribbean and France, but continued to spread their music to Europe and Africa as well; and as history knows, to the whole world. Zouk became the base of new types of music, not only kizomba, but also cola-zouk (Cape Verde).


Is Zouk Caribbean or Brazilian? 

Zouk the dance, music & the name comes from the Caribbean. The confusion happens because, Brazilians Lambada dancers who got hold of French Zouk music from Rum traders from the Caribbean, created their own dance style from this music, known today as Brazilian Zouk or Lambazouk. Lambada Music & the dance also had influence from the Caribbean.


#3 Semba

A traditional music & dance style  from Angola, it’s the singular form of Masemba. Semba means “a touch of bellies” in the Quimbundo language of the Bantus of Angola, a move that characterizes the dance.

Semba is very much alive and popular in Angola today as it was long before its independence from the Portuguese Colonial System on November 11, 1975. Various new semba artists emerge each year in Angola, as they render homage to veteran semba masters, many of whom are still performing. Other styles influenced by semba in Angola are rebita, as well as kazukuta and kabetula which are primarily carnival music. Semba is the predecessor to a variety of music styles originating from Angola like kuduro, or kuduru, which could be considered the Angolan version of techno/house. 


#4 Coladeira

Is a music genre from Cabo Verde. The word koladera initially referred to the act of going out and singing the colá. According to the oral tradition, a new musical genre appeared in the 1930s.

Coladeira continued to integrate influences from abroad, from Brazilian music and also from Anglo-Saxon music. In the 1970s, with the appearance of movements against colonialism and relations with socialist countries, other influences came along, including Latin-American music (Bolero, Son Cubano, Salsa, Cumbia) and African music (especially from Angola and Guine-Bissau).

In terms of musical structure, coladeira began to slowly lose the traits that used to identify it with morna. It was in this period that the dichotomy morna \ coladeira was established.

There is a strong kompa influence in Cape Verdean music. During the 1960s-1980s, Haitian artists and bands such as Claudette & Ti Pierre, Tabou Combo, and especially Gesner Henry alias Coupe Cloue, and the Dominican group Exile One, were very popular in Africa. Exile One was the first to export cadence or compas music to the Cape Verde islands. Cape Verdeans artists have been exposed to compas and zouk in the USA and France. In addition, the French Antilles band Kassav and other French Antillean musicians, whose main music was Zouk toured the islands on various occasions.  

Waltz the Predecessor to all

The Predecessor to all partner dances including KIzomba is the Waltz the original style is generally termed the Viennese Waltz. It's  the oldest of all the modern partner dance styles in the closed hold, which came from Vienna, Austria. The Viennese Waltz originates from the Volta in the 1500's which came from France. The Volta was also the only court dance of the period performed by a couple in a closed embrace. It ushered in a whole new way of looking at dance... read the full article here >


Is Kizomba like Tango?

When introducing a new dance form, it can be helpful to compare it to something to give people a frame of reference. The is often used in advertising because people have no idea what this dance is like. People often say, “Kizomba is like African Tango. You can see from the information on this page that all partner dance styles hold universal basics. Plus there is so much in common in History of Tango & Kizomba which goes even further back.

Beyond that, a newer generation of dancers, primarily based in Paris but with students all over the world, have taken inspiration from modern Tango to add new vocabulary to their Kizomba. It is possible to see a whole range of steps that are very similar to those in Argentine Tango. Furthermore, many of these dancers have altered their technique to better suit this vocabulary, often dancing with a straighter spine or even sliding through their steps which you will often see in Kizomba Fusion.


Is Kizomba sexy?

Maybe you walked into the Kizomba room at a large dance festival, it was really dark, and you saw people making out on the dance floor. Maybe you’ve been on YouTube and seen people what looks like grinding against each other.  Kizomba can be sexy, however, that is not inherent to the dance, orginally it like other similar dance styles such as Semba, Kompa, Zouk Love , Meregnue or Bolero. These are fun non-sexulised traditional 'family dances', you dance with your uncle, mother, gransparents, children and friends etc. On this side of the world, it's closer than we are used to, which can give it a bad name. Lets aim to educate ourselves so we don't give this a bad name and come to realise this isn't a Sexualised dance but a Sensualised one that you can dance with anyone and all ages.


Kizomba is Easy?

Well, in the sense that you can learn three or four steps and be set for a whole night of dancing, yes. With the right teacher, in an hour or two you can get enough understanding of movement and basic steps to dance through an entire social with a touch of musicality. Kizomba is totally accessible for beginners – so if you haven’t tried it yet, get started!

The problem is when people dismiss Kizomba as easily mastered. Many people take a month’s worth of classes and then figure themselves for advanced dancers – after all, once you know the Saidas and a couple tricks or dips, you’re set, right?

These people are missing out on the best part of Kizomba: how you move while staying so closely connected to your partner. Or maybe they get stuck memorizing combinations, instead of learning to use their vocabulary to put together their own poetic movement. Kizomba has so much subtlety and so many intricate possibilities.

Ground your movement and find the right alignment with your partner, and then you begin to feel their every tiny isolation. Figure out pivot technique and every move you know can suddenly be opened to variations in position. Work on slow-motion, stop motion, and syncopation, and again the standards become almost unrecognisably new and your feet can dance out the exact rhythms of a particular instrument. Dissociate your upper and lower body, your feet from your partners’, their hips from yours – this list could go on and on and on

As with any dance, the more you learn, the better you are able to appreciate the subtle differences that indicate mastery. In Kizomba, each technique mastered is like an additional colour palette for you to paint with, another supply kit for you to build from, another door to a realm of expressing the music with our bodies.



Kizomba Music

Kizomba is an umbrella term used to describe Afro-Zouk Music. All the genres listed here had a big influence on what we call kizomba today. This is just a partial list as there are other African rhythms that have had their influence on this remarkable genre.


Kompa –HAITI

Skah Skah –

Coupe Cloue –

Sweet Mickey –



Kassav –

Experience 7 –

Zouk Machine –



Jean Michel Rotin –

Nichols –

Ludo –



Bonga – https://www.

Bangao –

Carlos Buriti –



Bana –

Cesaria Evora –

Tito Paris –



Livity –

Grace Evora –

Nando Da Cruz –



Kino Cabral –

Susanna Lubrano –

Beto Dias –



Phillipe Monteiro –

Gama –



Nelson Freitas – https://www.

Johny Ramos –

Djodje –



Dj Massacre –

Dj Paparazzi –



Tabanka Djaz –

Oliver N’Goma –



Eduardo Paim –

Paulo Flores –

Ruka Van Dunem –

Matias Damasio –

Kyaku Kyadaff –

Yola Semedo –

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How to dance in Roblox? Log in to a game where dancing is available, go to chat and enter one of the following commands - /dance, /dance1, /dance2, /dance3. Additionally, you can add emotes with /e wave, /e cheer, /e point and /e laugh to make the main character more "alive". In this way, you can dance alone or together by entering the necessary commands.

How to dance in Roblox

The Roblox game is developed on a special program code that allows you to create cards and program the process yourself. In Roblox, this tool is called GUI or Graphical User Interface. With the help of special orders, the player can change the scenario and dance. Consider several options for how to teach a character to move in Roblox.

Method #1

Let's take a look at the Roblox dance commands using Bow Dryer Battle as an example. Take the following steps:

  1. Enter the specified game or any other game where you can move.
  2. Go to chat.
  3. Enter the following command in English - /e dance. Alternatively, you can try adding 1, 2, 3 or 4 at the end to change the style of the movements.
  4. Add emotions to the player. To do this, use a different set of "orders" in chat - /e wave, /e cheer, /e point and /e laugh. The last code allows you to laugh, and the first three allow you to wave your arms.

Immediately after entering the orders, the player starts dancing in Roblox, taking into account the specified style. There are several options to choose from - Gangam Style, Hustle, Hip-Hop and others. The selected directions do not depend on the game, but are only an addition to the general functionality. Roblox also provides separate maps where the user can have an interesting time.

Now you know how to dance in the Roblox game on any maps and show your skills to other players. The movements continue until the main character moves or goes in a different direction. Try three commands and choose the style you like.

Method number 2

There is another way to dance in Roblox - through the functionality of the game. Consider the example of Adopt Me. This is a game for girls who can buy different things for themselves, change the interior design, exchange items, etc. Alternatively, you can dance here, but using the built-in menu. Do the following:

    1. Enter the game.
    2. Move the mouse cursor over the main character.
    3. Click the left mouse button.

  1. Find Dances in the list of hero abilities.
  2. Specify any type of dance.

  1. Enjoy the process.

You can dance this way until you get tired of it. When moving backward, the command is cancelled. As in the previous case, you can add emotions to the character and make him move - sit down, bow, wave or clap.

Where to get moves for Roblox

Many players don't know that in Roblox you can buy and sell not only things, but also moves. The latter are available for free or for internal Robux coins. Take the following steps:

  1. Sign in to
  2. Go to the Avatar Shop page.
  3. Scroll down to Avatar Animation on the left side.
  4. Select Emotion.
  5. Choose the right option and make a purchase.

If you want to get new traffic for free, scroll down to the Filters section and check the Free box in the Price section. In this case, free gifts appear. To obtain, enter the desired option and click on the Get button. After that, start dancing in Roblox and enjoy. If desired, you can do this at the same time, provided that the commands are also given at the same time.

Where you can dance in Roblox

Finally, let's note how to find dance games in Roblox. To do this, enter the main page of the site and enter the word Dance in the search box. The system itself selects the appropriate option, after which it remains to choose the best solution. This is important, because in some games the ability to dance is not provided by the plot. In the future, use the commands indicated above.

To learn how to dance together in Roblox, use the codes above and match the appropriate Roblox entertainment. Share your dancing secrets in the comments, and tell us how often you use this option.

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LEVIY BEREG Pobedy avenue, 111 stop Leningradsky ave.

Working hours: Mon-Sat from 15:00 to 21:00, Morning groups on request. Sunday by order.
Comfort: 3 new, modern dance halls with European-quality renovation with an area of ​​100, 80 and 75 sq.m. parquet, mirrors, air conditioners, three locker rooms, modern ventilation with an air purification system, waiting areas, parking, security
Prices: children's subscription from 130 to 150 UAH. per month, Adult subscription from 180 to 200 UAH.

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