Posted On December 8, 2017 By In Caribbean Cultural News With 173 Views

VP Records at Art Basel Miami- Let There Be Reggae

Miami, FL– During Miami’s popular Art Basel week, many artists and brands utilize the many galleries in the city to present their latest and greatest works. Now, the story of reggae music will be told. Let There Be Reggae is a unique event taking place from Dec 7-9th showcasing a curated snapshot of the culture. VP Records will have a Display of 20 classic album covers showcasing reggae and dancehall throughout the 70’s and 80’s

While the world of Reggae is so massive, it is virtually impossible to fully cover every aspect of each genre, this exhibit will present a look at the history, the present and the future of the beloved music genre. Featuring collections by VP Records and Caribbean artists and tastemakers such as Robin Clare, David Muir, Irish and Chin, Roy Sweetland and Maxine Walters, there will be no shortage of dynamic presentations.

The opening reception will take place on December 7th from 6-10pm and will cost $10.00 for general admission and $50.00 for all-inclusive VIP Admission. Musical guests will include the legendary reggae singer Freddie McGregor, Acclaimed dancehall DJ Tony Matterhorn and more. Patrons can view the exhibit anytime from December 7-9 at the Mana Wynwood at 360 NW 23rd St in Miami, FL.

For more information, please visit: www.lettherebereggae.com

About VP Records

VP Records, founded by Vincent Randy Chin and wife Patricia Chin in 1979, is the world’s largest record label for reggae music. Together, the Chins have acquired a roster of reggae legends including Shaggy, Sean Paul Beenie Man, Bounty Killer, Mavado and more. Their adoration and ardor for reggae music, the history, the present and the future has been instrumental to the label and its artist’s monumental achievements. VP Records is also the parent label to Greensleeves Records, Riddim Driven Clothing, 17 North Parade, Reggae King Radio and Dub Rockers. Through all their numerous ventures, VP Records continues to be miles ahead in reggae and soca music.

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