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# A [[style]] of Jamaican [[dance music]] combining elements of Caribbean calypso and mento with American jazz and rhythm and blues. # A [[style]] of Jamaican [[dance music]] combining elements of Caribbean calypso and mento with American jazz and rhythm and blues.
'''Ska''' is a [[music genre]] that originated in [[Jamaica]] in the late 1950s, and which was the precursor to [[rocksteady]] and [[reggae]]. '''Ska''' is a [[music genre]] that originated in [[Jamaica]] in the late 1950s, and which was the precursor to [[rocksteady]] and [[reggae]].
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  1. A style of Jamaican dance music combining elements of Caribbean calypso and mento with American jazz and rhythm and blues.

Ska is a music genre that originated in Jamaica in the late 1950s, and which was the precursor to rocksteady and reggae.



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