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Definitions of "Rub-a-Dub Style"

1. Rub-a-Dub Style (Noun)


A style of reggae music characterized by its heavy basslines and energetic, danceable rhythms

Example Sentences

Patois: Di rub-a-dub style mek yuh waan move yuh waist
English: The rub-a-dub style makes you want to move your waist

Related Words

One Drop , One Love , No woman no cry , Patan ,

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