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Danza Kuduro from DistroKid on Beatport

  • Release Date 2022-03-17
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  • Catalog 196779084782


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  • Release Date 2022-03-17
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Afro-house dance school.

The combination of traditional rhythms of Africa and modern electronic music of Europe - this is Afro-house. There is also a dance of the same name performed to this music. We will talk about him.

Historical footnote

The second name of this musical and dance direction is kuduro (or kuduru).

Afro-house owes its appearance to the capital of Angola - Luanda in the 1980s. Popular at the time club music cleverly intertwined with traditional African motifs, captivating the youth of South Africa with their rhythms.

An incendiary dance quickly began its march outside the country, and then the continent. The former Portuguese colonies and Portugal were the first to "fall" under his onslaught. It has become difficult to imagine parties in clubs without kuduro dancing. It was the Portuguese musical group "Buraka Som Sistema", formed in 2006, that became the springboard of Afro-house to the big world: the international arena was conquered by kuduro with their light filing.

One cannot but be surprised by the fact that a dance that is so young by the standards of history, originating in a small country with an unstable political situation, has become so famous and widespread.


Hip-hop and electronica mixed with African rhythm. Can you imagine the melody? If yes, then you have a good imagination and it will not be difficult for you to imagine a dance either. To make it easier for you, I can provide the following fact: Afro house has similar notes to kizomba and semba.

Modern house movements and elements of ancient African tribal dances mix in the most bizarre way, giving birth to something new and unique. But as they say, it is better to see once than to hear 7 times.

It can only be said unequivocally that kuduro are invigorating motives that liberate the body and make the blood in the veins run faster. There is no place for stiffness and tension. What is there a place for? Fun and relaxation!


Why sign up for an Afro-house class?

  1. This is a very original dance. Many people you know can dance salsa, tango or breakdance, but how many people do you know who do kuduro?
  2. An energetic pastime that makes your whole body tone up. It's like being in the gym for hours, only much more interesting.
  3. Although kuduru is a solo dance, it is quite social: it is easily performed in a group.
  4. The main advantage is an inexhaustible abundance of positive, powerful energy emanating from Afro-house.

What to wear to training

Even in the clothes you can see the individuality of this direction. Unlike most of the dances taught by the Salsa Social school, kuduru implies that girls do not wear dresses or skirts. Pants, shorts, leggings would be more appropriate. Yes, and heels here will be superfluous: choose comfortable shoes like sneakers, sneakers. For men, everything remains standard: T-shirts, comfortable trousers.

AFRO FEM at the dance school "Salsa Social"

AFRO FEM is a female direction in African dance styles, aimed at the liberation of female energy and the development of plasticity.

Afro fem is a juicy Afro Fusion cocktail (a mix of African styles) in a feminine guise. Through this style, you can express all the versatility of your personality. Be it gentle lyrical feelings or vibrations of a strong and independent woman.

At Afro Fem classes, you will learn basic steps, develop flexibility and plasticity of the body, study choreographies, the basics of techniques for liberating female energy.

In St. Petersburg, the Salsa Social dance school specializes in many directions and styles.

You will receive from us:

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  • Take advantage of a modestly priced trial class to evaluate the destination and the studio.
  • A special training system will speed up the process of mastering the skill.
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Kuduro (alternative spelling Kuduro, literally "hard ass" in French) is a musical genre born in Angola. This genre, developed in Portugal by the Buraka Som Sistema group, has gained international popularity.

Kuduro is a mixture of breakdance , semba (Angolan dance), as well as electro and African instruments.

First broadcast on public transport radio, it is considered one of the sub-genres of African electronic music, such as the South African Kwaito . Just like the Brazilian funk baile to which it is closely related, it is derived from the Californian Miami bass sound. The lyrics are written in Portuguese.

The Kuduro dance was invented by the same Tony Amado, inspired by the position of Jean-Claude Van Damme, as well as a dance from the province of Malange in Angola. Tony Amado says: “I once saw a movie where Jean-Claude Van Damme was dancing while drunk ( Kickboxer ). It was so cool (kuduro). I resumed his steps, quickened the pace a little, and thus the dance was born. Initially boycotted by the media, kuduro was distributed only by candongueiros, small collective taxis in Luanda, and the city's popular nightclubs. ".

As with the coupe-deque, the kuduro can be danced in a choreography similar to that of Madison.

The Portuguese band Buraka Som Sistema released Black Diamond in 2008, on which we find a collaboration with MIA, the Anglo-Sri Lankan reference electroclash bale funk . This disc seems to be the first one capable of promoting the recognition and dissemination of this musical style outside the Portuguese-speaking countries. The title of their album is a reference to the emergence of a black middle class nicknamed Black diamond in South Africa.

In general, we can associate kuduro with these different currents of raw electronic music, originating in the very underprivileged areas of Masseque and usually eluding the music industry except for very big stars: ghettotech , bass Miami , break-break , grime , funk carioca, electroclash.


  • 1 Notable artists and titles
    • 1. 1 1- e generation
    • 1.2 2 e generation
    • 1.3 3- e generation
    • 1.4 New generation
  • 2 links
  • 3 External links

Notable artists and titles

1- e generation
  • Tony Amado - Amba Kuduro (1996)
  • Rey WEBA - kamanga (1997)
  • Sebem - Felicidade (1997)

2 e generation
  • Camilo Travasso - site Fric fric (2001)
  • Os Inqueridore (Salsicha e Vaca Louca) - Harakuha (2001)
  • Queima Bilhas - é por isso nao nos gostam (2001)
  • Semal - Sale (2001)
  • Maquina Do Inferno - Kunanga (2002)
  • Pay Diesel - Estao a nos perseguir (2002)
  • Nacobeta e Puto Portugues - Wakimono (2002)
  • Dog Murras - Akvi tas (2002)
  • Virgilio Fire - Man Lolas (2002)
  • Ray Ta Nice - Bate a Porta (2002)
  • Maquina do Inferno - Demonio (2003)
  • Fofa Ndo e Saborosa - Iniquidade (2003)
  • Noite Dia e Puto Prata - Kibeisha (2003)
  • Nayo Crazy and Puto Naveya - Kibolobolo (2003)
  • Magnesio - Chiriri (2004)
  • Os Lambas - A danca do 4 (2004)
  • Bruo M - I (2004)
  • Puto Lilac - Controla a Nganza (2004)

3 e generation
  • Bone Turban - De Faya
  • Os Agres - Sotogar
  • Os Vagabanda - Matuba yoyo
  • Os Kalunga Mata - Quem e dos Ossos
  • Os Granadas - Tia Maria
  • Agre G - Milindro
  • Costuleta - Chiriri, Asukar
  • Buraka Som Sistema : Kalemba (Wegue Wegue) (featuring Pongol)
  • Puto Prata and Bruno M: Kara Podre
  • Nakobeta and Portuguese: Baba Baba
  • Titika Kuduro Dance Queen
  • Fofando and Saboros
  • Noite e dia
  • Propria Lixa
  • Nao faz isso Bela Os Destroia
  • Gata Aggressive
  • Lambas bone
  • Lucenzo - Dansa Kuduro

New generation



  1. ↑ " Pongo tells us his "Kuzola " at www. (accessed 25 June 2020)

External links

  • Angola, Kuduro according to Dog Murras, Habibou Bangré,, .
  • Kuduro description on the Fistup website
  • How Van Damme Created Kuduro, Libé Labo, .

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