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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Music
raggarag‧ga /ˈræɡə/ noun [uncountable]  APMa form of popular music from the West Indies
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raggaWith support from Neneh Cherry's management, they are working on an album combining ragga, soul and hip hop.The official tour guide, a close-cropped ragga called Garfield Logan, asks us to leave our shoes outside.This pits him against dance, ragga, and hip hop beats.Whether Shabba succeeds outside of the reggae market is dependent on whether a major can retain the energy of his ragga product.They pay respect to Bob, but to ignore ragga culture is to live in the past.Shabba Shabba hey: too big for the reggae market, but can he take ragga to the masses?The dancehall foundations are shaking and there's outrage in the ragga ranks.
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