CHA CHA CHA
The cha-cha was born in Cuba in the old music and dance clubs. The name Chachachá is an onomatopoeia that refers to the noise that the feet make when dancing this musical genre. Also referring to the güiro because he seems to be saying: cha-cha-chá.
Thus, it began to have fame and relevance for being an irresistible rhythm until it became part of the ballroom dancing, acquiring a more elegant and distinguished tone.
It has a sensual and happy air, like all the dances from its area, and its main characteristic is the movement of the hips and the speed of flexion and extension at the knees.