Genre: neapolitan funk
Neapolitan funk is a music genre that originated in Naples, Italy in the 1970s. It combines elements of funk, disco, and traditional Neapolitan music to create a unique sound that is both danceable and culturally significant. The genre is characterized by its heavy use of percussion, funky basslines, and catchy melodies. Neapolitan funk has gained popularity in recent years with the emergence of new artists who have put their own spin on the genre.