New Caribbean dance craze worries parents in Grenada

New Caribbean dance craze worries parents in Grenada

The woman in a flounced white micro-mini and green glitter tube top writhed to a dance-hall beat throbbing through the Q-West nightclub. She gyrated in a motion that sent her skirt riding high.

Throughout the club, sporadically lighted by the flash of a camera or strobe light, barely clad young women danced themselves into a frenzy of carnal excess.

At a crossroads of obscurity and nowhere, this rustic seaport, scented by nutmeg, diesel, and decomposing fish, seemed an unlikely venue for the most controversial new dance craze in the Caribbean.

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