Kizomba at the USC!
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Kizomba is an Angolan word which stands for ‘Party’! The music it is danced on comes from combining the Zouk music from the French Antilles with native rhythms from Africa, especially Semba from Angola and several rhythms from Portuguese speaking countries, which evolved into a modern genre with a sensual touch mixed with African rhythm which resonates in your soul.
The dance itself is characterized by its sensual style and flow on a romantic rhythm. The style borrows from dances like Zouk, Argentine Tango and Salsa similar to its music. It is a beautiful, intimate and most of all a social partnering dance where you dance with and for your partner, moving as one.
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