Back in , the United Development Party PPP invited Rhoma Irama, the king of dangdut, to perform at a campaign rally and hundreds of thousands of fans flooded the stadium. The genre is a musical chimera, one that's absorbed influences from classic American rock, 80s heavy metal, Malay pop, and Arabic melodies to create a style of music that can adapt to whatever the prevailing tastes are at the time. But Rhoma's puritanical streak hides another reason why dangdut celebrities are so popular in Indonesia—the entire scene is soaked in sex. Dangdut is widely seen as the music of the people in Indonesia. Fast-forward to today, and Rhoma Irama has one failed presidential campaign and his own political party—the Peaceful and Benign Islam Party, or Idaman—under his belt. Decentralization has extended outsized influence to regional political offices, making, in many ways, local leaders like the district head and governor far more powerful on the ground than anyone in Jakarta.
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