Bashment


Bashment

Bashment may refer to:
*another name for dancehall, a type of Jamaican popular music which developed around 1979
*a term meaning 'party' in some parts of the Caribbean, also sometimes used to denote a particularly good party
*"Bashment Boogie," a song by Roots Manuva from his 2001 album "Run Come Save Me"
*"Bashment", Play by British playwright, Rikki Beadle-Blair, exploring the controversy around dancehall reggae music and the consequences of homophobic lyrics


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  • bashment — I Jamaican Slang Glossary A great event or happening; dancehall; party. Also the same as bashy above. Dem bashment gyal. (They are girls who like to party.). Wi gwaan hab a bashment time. (We are going to have a great time.) II Rasta Dictionary… …   English dialects glossary

  • bashment — Happening event; very hot party. I went to Tony s bashment last night …   Dictionary of american slang

  • bashment — Happening event; very hot party. I went to Tony s bashment last night …   Dictionary of american slang

  • bashment — noun a) A party or rave. b) Dancehall music …   Wiktionary

  • bashment — 1) n a party, dance, rave. The term originated in Caribbean speech and by 2003 was in general use among UK teenagers. 2) adj lively, spirited (of a person or event) …   Contemporary slang

  • bashment — …   Useful english dictionary

  • Junko " Bashment" Kudo — Junko Kudō Junko Kudo, alias Junko, Junko Bashment, ou Dancehall Queen Junko, est une danseuse professionnelle et productrice japonaise spécialisée dans la danse reggae, connue dans le milieu international du spectacle reggae comme la première… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Junko Bashment — Junko Kudō Junko Kudo, alias Junko, Junko Bashment, ou Dancehall Queen Junko, est une danseuse professionnelle et productrice japonaise spécialisée dans la danse reggae, connue dans le milieu international du spectacle reggae comme la première… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Keith 'Shebada' Ramsay — is a Jamaican actor and comedian, best known for his appearances in roots plays.[1][2][3] He is often referred to as simply Shebada. Contents 1 Background 2 Subseque …   Wikipedia

  • Ken Marlon Charles (KMC) — Infobox Musical artist Name = KMC Background = solo singer Birth name = Ken Marlon Charles Born = birth date and age|1971|1|5|mf=y Origin = Rio Claro, Trinidad Genre = Soca Occupation = Singer, producer, composer/arranger Label = Sequence Records …   Wikipedia