UNESCO-Reggae-verbs

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Over time, the music (TRAVEL) everywhere, from Britain and the United States to Latin America and Africa.
In the 1960s, reggae (GAIN) popularity in Britain and parts of the U.S., where Jamaicans (BEGIN) moving after World War Two.

In the 1970s and 1980s, the British punk rock music world (WELCOME) reggae. Soon, punk musicians MAKE) reggae-influenced songs.
British artists such as The Clash and The Police (MIX) reggae's rhythms and sounds, as well as its political messages, into their music. This (HELP) (BRING) reggae to a wider audience.
Today, musicians from a wide field of styles, such as pop, R&B and even jazz, (CONTINUE) (BORROW) from reggae.