a lost paradise, with almost no tourists on it.
14 September, 2014
12 September, 2014
|Ba El Yemen Old Sanaa|
05 September, 2014
My sons, like most young men, like and dance to hiphop music - while I have always taken very little interest in them and found them sort of crude. For me, music - whether Arabic or African or Indian or Western - is best, if it's old and preferably, classic. About a year ago, as I was going through some YouTube songs, by coincidence I bumped on this dance video; I knew the song (The Quick and the Dead) but I didn't know any thing about the two young men dancing. I was very impressed at the way the two danced; it was like ballet but with a twist. Of the two dancing, it was the taller man with the checkered shirt who I found most remarkable. Later, with the help of my sons, I learnt that he was a kind of hiphop dancer; that his style of dancing was called 'dubstep'; that he was called: Marquese Scott and also known as Nonstop.