Beenie Man called Bogle "the greatest dancer of all time"  and he is recognised as "part of the foundation and as an icon inside of dancehall culture. As a child in the s he appeared on Louise Bennett 's television show Ring Ding and in the s he danced on the Saturday evening television programme Where It's At , both on the Jamaican Broadcasting Corporation. Bogle was called the "Dancehall Master" and was best known for his dancing. He had the ability to seemingly create dances without effort and his dances would become extremely popular. In the s, Levy created the Bogle dance , the scene's first crossover dance move. On the night of the 20th January , After getting into an altercation with Beenie Man and his entourage, Bogle and four others were in his car at a gas station, when two men on a motorcycle rode by, shooting into the vehicle. The passengers were rushed to Kingston Public Hospital, where the year-old Levy was pronounced dead. The home of John Hype , Levy's creative rival over the previous year, was burned to the ground just hours later. Bogle's work lives on throughout the dancehall community as Jamaica's greatest dancer of all time. In , the trio Voice Mail had the hit single "Wacky Dip" on the Junkanoo Riddim, which included lyrics that have proven to be true thus far: "Mr.
Remembering dancer Bogle
The Bogle is a dance move originating from Kingston, Jamaica. The dance move was engineered and created by Gerald Levy , a reggae dancehall legend. The bogle dance move is more prevalent in reggae dance halls, a popular gathering place for dancing such as a club or ballroom. The Bogle dance move is associated with music in the reggae genre, specifically dancehall music. Original reggae music developed from rocksteady music in the s by the organ shuffle. The turn from casually listening to reggae style music to dancing to reggae was brought forth in through Gerald Levy. Levy would create moves on the dance floor and then teach others how to do them. Dancehall moves are notable for characteristically suggestive and sensual movements of the hips and rolling of the body. Even though these dance styles quickly became popular in Jamaica, not until the s was the new dancehall style of reggae music welcomed worldwide. Levy helped the crossover to dancing by making up the exotic moves that he was later known for.
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They lean on the subwoofer, chatting and teasing each other in quick-fire patois, as one aunty pours generous measures of white rum and cranberry into plastic cups. Wearing a white vest, slim-cut navy track pants and socks with pool sliders, Boysie pictured above pulls up a plastic chair and watches them while he waits to start his dance class. Despite the national outcry, it remains unsolved. Boysie still lives just a few blocks away from the spot on Lincoln Avenue where he used to rehearse with Bogle. Now fans myself included travel from around the world to learn from Boysie. He tilts his head toward the sun, takes a drag on his spliff and breathes out a dense, O -shaped cloud of weed that lingers in the air. Just relax. Make it groovy. After class Boysie sits in the open boot of his white Honda hatchback and painstakingly details each of the 16 moves Bogle created during his short lifetime. The students, sitting cross-legged on the pavement, take notes.
Saturday, January 20, Bogle, also known as Mr Wacky, was shot and killed at a St Andrew service station on January 20, We talk about him everyday, he wasn't just a dancer to us. He didn't like guns or violence; even if it is a licensed gun him neva want it near him. He lived his life for people. We would leave dance round 6 or 7 every morning and by am he would wake up to give the kids lunch money to go to school. I keep his photo mural bright on the wall. Bogle had risen to prominence in the 90s with dances like Bogle Dance and World Dance. Boysie, now a choreographer, who was hours away from departing the island to begin a South American tour, was enthused to speak about his idol whom he met in at 12 years old.