Meaning of danceability in English:

danceability

noun

See dance

‘They continue to set new benchmarks for excitement, innovation and sheer danceability.’
  • ‘In 1935 she joined the Chick Webb band, known for its up-tempo solos and the danceability of its music.’
  • ‘Good vibes and danceability are the band's stock in trade but they are also masters of mixing up the genres.’
  • ‘I think one of the major factors that separated punk, post-punk and new wave is danceability.’
  • ‘Danceability is the key, agrees DJ Myztiko, who has created beats for artists south of the border, most notably Don Chezina.’