Rorate Caeli published this video. It called the Axé Mass, "axé" (x pronounced as sh), according to Rorate's source, it stems from a Yoruba religious greeting used in African-Brazilian pagan religions and means "soul", "light", or "spirit", this celebration took place in Sao Paulo, Brazil.
One is forced to ask, first, whether this is a Christian "celebration", then is it Catholic? Then one is forced to ask, why on earth does the archbishop permit it?
The problem is that for a whole generation Catholic worship had so few controls enforced, bishops have stood back or even encouraged this kind of thing, rather than point out that this is contrary not just to the "spirit of the liturgy" but to the letter as well.
Secular or pagan elements might give a degree of pleasure to participants but hardly draw people to Christ.