Monday, August 3, 2009
PON DA FLOOR...
“Daggering” is a term which has recently become popular in the Jamaican entertainment industry. It is commonly used as a noun or verb, bearing spellings such as: dagga, dagger, and daggar. The term refers to the engagement of a man and woman in aggressive dance imitating sex–both man and woman attempting to show their sexual prowess. There are a slew of songs and activities celebrating Daggering. Some songs are even done on popular Gospel, Calypso, Dancehall and even Kumina rhythms. The wildfire that Daggering has sent across Jamaica has made it the center of national discussion. Even today’s Sunday Gleaner is dominated by this controversial theme–It seems everyone has caught onto Daggering (like it or not)!
SKERRIT BWOY BOUT TO TAKE OVER THE WORLD..FOR REAL..