But if you think the concept of a reggae club for gays is surprising, even amazing, wait to you hear the name of the club, talk about totally changing around the language.
The following is a post taken from scandi dancehall, the top dancehall website in Sweden
But is it right to exclude a whole group of people to listen to a music genre?
The club will only play gay-friendly music, or in other words none "bun batty tunes".
Our Swedish is not where it should be so we are asking all our Mad Music fans out there if anyone is familar with this story or the accompanying article or you are actually living in Sweden, if you can say if it was just a one off event and or it is a regular club night.
Regardless of your views on homosexulaity you have to admit it is maad, who ever thought the music would have taken it this far.
Actually Sweden is no joke in regard to its appreciation of the music and actually has active reggae and dancehall community. Although all in Swedish check out this small feature on some of the stalwarts of Swedish reggae:
The host Peppe Eng apparently is also a Dancer, sorry they didnt include footage of him in action. Even if you cant follow the language it is a worth a watch, the highlights include a Jamaican dancer, Fire Di Blackz (at the 2:00 mark) who has now made Sweden the home for his dancing skills.
The appreciation is maaaad and we mean that in a good way.