Gullah: gul • lah(gul'e)
- One of a group of people of African ancestry inhabiting the Sea Islands and Coastal areas of South Carolina, Georgia and Northern Florida.
- The creolized language of the Gullahs, based on English but including vocabulary elements and grammatical features from several African languages and spoken in isolated communities from Georgetown, in Eastern South Carolina to Northern Florida.
Geechee: gee • chee(ge'che)
- The local dialect of English spoken in Charleston, South Carolina
Gullah and Geechee Stylee are brought together in a live, original mix known as Da'Gullah Rootz, a Charleston, South Carolina based reggae band whose influences and melodies are as ecclectic and diverse as the culture it represents.
For the last ten years, Da'Gullah Rootz has seemlessly intermingled Ska, Rub-a-dub, Lovers Rock, Rockers, Toastin and Dancehall flavors into the most Original Reggae "Riddems" in music today