This question was put on hold as off topic, presumably because it is thought to not be useful to future readers. Can I get more specific reasoning for this? It's entirely possible that this question doesn't belong on this site, but this reasoning does not seem valid to me.
This question is very different from questions like 'Transcribe this song for me' or 'Tell me what song this is' - I understand how those types of questions would only benefit another user if they were looking for the same exact song. Instead, this is a fairly common question among new (especially younger) dancers who struggle to hear the difference between the categories, and don't have the musicality that's required. To many, it seems like people are arbitrarily saying 'this song is okay' and 'this song is not okay' and they don't have the sample size to identify a trend. This is actually a self learning or resource request (pretty common on SE sites) and is more a question of 'How do I identify/recognize these strictly defined but undocumented* categories of music?' - only a beginner does not know they are undocumented and probably doesn't understand they are strictly defined. A beginner will not know to type any of those keywords into Google, they are much more likely to type words similar to what the OP did. That's one of the best things about SE sites in my opinion - they often bridge the gap between cluelessness and being able to learn much more on your own. I have frequently mined new keywords from them and used the keywords to open the door to knowledge I previously was not connected to.
To be clear, I'm not opposed to more specific/better wording as an edit/addition to the OP's question. But I think that removing the current wording will result in many Google searches missing the connection - that they could have had - to this path of learning.
*I really mean not well documented, and certainly not online/in commonplace books as would be the case for the typical Stack Overflow or Cross Validated question. It even differs from musical study, in that it is not a widely studied. Most ballroom courses/lessons spend as little time as possible on the theory behind/connection to the music.