Some soul music is called funk. Funk is derived from Congo-language lu-fuki, rather than the English word “frightened” or “dreadful,” and it can absorb sweat and body odor when performing or performing something well. It is a word to praise.
Funk jazz is a repetitive bass form, drums that emphasize violently on the second and fourth beats of the bar (hi-hat cymbals are closed with these beats, following clapping), with clear melodies. Features simple harmony.
As a result, the sound is closer to gospel music than rhythm and blues.