RDX, Admiral C4C, Wild Out Crew

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  • Saturday, 09 March 2013 16:33
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03.03.2013, Club Bubu, Vienna


Dancehall madness in the air with RDX performing at Club Babu on Sunday, the 03rd March 2013 with a line up of of local talent.

RDX had the ladies moving, wining and shaking their bodies. RDX really drew their crowd of fans, their on stage performance had a lot of interaction with the audience.

The Dj's  and dancers had everyone entertained as they waited on the main act,  Dj Ziggy D, Babasound, Blackstar, etc..
Must say the ladies around Vienna like to move and groove the Jamaican sound.

I enjoyed seeing RDX perform.


The activity of "daggering" has been present in Jamaica's dancehalls for many years, but only recently has the name of daggering become accepted. Some argue that it's roughly the equivalent of the Caribbean’s "cabin stabbing", another style of music and dance.

This a form of dance originating from Jamaica. The dance incorporates sexual and other forms of frantic movement. It is a more explicit version of grinding and Perreo and often features acrobatic stunts where one partner leaps from a height onto the other dance partner and then commences to engage in exaggerated simulated sexual intercourse.

Photos by Yeke & Lauren, Text written by Lauren

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Yeke, a professional graphic designer and photographer lived abroad for many years based in the Caribbean and the African continent. Through his experience he learned to love the African culture and to appreciate the simple things in life. Besides his work at "Africanlife.eu", he is currently working as a graphic designer and photographer in the product and event photography.

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