Disco: A Clear Derivation of Funk Amaia Calhoun Disco music is yet another example of a musical genre largely influenced by African American culture and ultimately, chosen by majority society for their entertainment. Historian Bryan
Blame it on the Boogie! The Disco Era Disco was a genre heavily associated with freedom: it was a soundtrack of resistance, laced through other art forms such as film and fashion. Characteristics: Fast tempo
Disco Many people think of the disco and automatically associate the 70s, but in actuality disco did not gain popularity amongst Black people until the mid to late 70s and disco reigned throughout the 80s.
Do You Have Disco Fever? Disco emerged in the 1970s, specifically in the Black community. It served as an opportunity for Blacks to express themselves. It also added diversity to nightclubs as well as dance
Disco: Freedom & Liberation New York City was the birth place of Disco music. During the 1970’s underground dance venues were filled the melodies of groovy, disco music. Disco music took the place of funk
Previous Next Disco made an appearance in the 1970’s but was not originally recognized in mainstream media. The genre got its name from the 1960’s club dance called “discotheque”, and that’s where is was most