Learn the spicy dances of the Afro-Francophone & Afro-Lusophone world you’ll find at our hot parties (Kizomba, Kuduro, Semba, Brazilian Zouk, & more). The word zouk means “party” or “festival” in the local Antillean Creole of French, although the word originally referred to, and is still used to refer to the mazurka, that was introduced to the French Caribbean in the 19th century. The Creole word “soukwe”, “souke”, “zouke” from the French verb “secouer”, meaning “to shake” was introduced by Haitian meringue-compas musicians who toured these Islands in the 50s-80s.
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