(Ska is a miusic yenr dad oriyineired in yameica in de leit naitin fiftis, an uas de precursor tureggae. Ska combined elements of Caribbean with American jazz and blues.
regue. Ska combaint elements of caribian uit American jazz and blus
In the early 1960s, ska was the dominant music genre ofJamaica and was very popular in the UK.
In the erli naitin sixtis, ska uas de dominant miusic yenr of yameica an uas very popiular in de IUKEI
Later it became popular with many skinheads. Musichistorians typically divide the history of ska into
Leirer it bikeim popiular uid meni skinjeds. Miusic jistorians tipicli divaid the jistory of ska intu
three periods: the original Jamaican scene of the1960s (First Wave), the English 2 Tone ska revival of
tri piriods: de oriyinal yameican essin of de naitin sixtis (ferst ueif), de inglish tu toune ska rivaivol of
the late 1970s (Second Wave) andthe third wave ska movement, which started in the 1980s (Third
de leit naitin seventis (secon ueif an de therd ueif ska mufment, uich stared in de naitin eigris (therd
Wave) and rose to popularityin the US in the 1990s.
Ueif an rous tu popiularity in de IU Es in de naitin nairys.
There are different theories about the origins of the word SKA. The most accepted is when Ernest
Der ardiferen tioris abaut de oriyins of de uord SKA. De mos accepted is uen Ernest
Ranglin claimed that the term was used by musicians to refer to the "skat! skat! skat!" scratching
Ranglin claim dad de termuas iust bai miusicians tu rifer tu de “skat, skat, skat” scratchin
The 2 Tone genre, which began in the late 1970s in the areas in and around the city of Coventry inDe tu toun yenr, uich bigan in de leit naitin seventies in de erias in an araun de cirri of Convertry in
England, was a fusion of Jamaican ska and melodies with punk rock's more aggressive...