Before that, Kulturnytt said the Jamaican authorities had applied for a reggae genre to gain a place on the UNESCO list of representative intellectual heritage, which is now clear. According to the UN body, reggae puts on the list because "contributes to the international debate on injustice, resistance, love and humanity".
Reggae music has become great in the '60s with artists such as Bob Marley, Bunny Wailer and Jimmy Cliff. The style of music was inspired by Jamaican characters, American jazz and blues. Texts are often about social inequality and inequality. Reggae is also associated with growth culture and marijuana, but the most significant feature of genre is the act of firing.
Other cultural traditions on the UNESCO list include activities of the Spanish riding school, Mongolian ritual camel and Czech puppetry production.