Artist Melat Eskista

The African dancing style known as “Eskista” is distinguished by its “intense shoulder gestures.”

The “Horn of Africa,” an area in northeastern Africa that includes Ethiopia, is considered to be the origin of this somewhat “complicated” dance.

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The primary body movements in this dance are the rolling of the shoulder blade and the jilting of the chest. Also, compared to most African dances, this one is thought to be more “technical.”

Moreover, traditional “Ethiopian music” is typically used to accompany this dance.

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