Azonto originated from Kpanlogo, a traditional dance associated with coastal towns in Ghana. This dance style is often performed to Azonto music but can also be danced using other genres of music. Azonto involves a set of hand movements which mimic the activities of Ghanaian people like washing, driving, swimming, praying, and ironing the clothes. It is characterized by knee bending and hip movements. It usually begins with one or two simple step movements and now includes more complex and bordering to acrobatic movement

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