Tag : Patricia ‘Miss Pat’ Chin

Island Spaces Promises ‘Magic at The Museum!’

(repost from Caribbean National Weekly) Caribbean culture, with it’s dialect, music, food and dance, has long been an impactful and influential force in Miami-Dade County and the global diaspora. Immigrants from all corners of the region have settled and made their homes in Florida, keeping close the identity and heritage of their origin. In recognition of Caribbean-American Heritage Month, the Island Society for the Promotion of Artistic and Cultural Education…

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Miss Pat Speaks On The History Of VP Records And How Reggae Music Spread Across The World!

(repost from the Breakfast Club – Power 105.5 FM) VP Records Matriarch Patricia ‘Miss Pat’ Chin speaks to Angela Yee, DJ Envy and Charlamagne Tha God on New York’s Power 105.5 FM!  Miss Pat speaks on the founding of VP Records, and the early days of life in New York!  


Miss Pat Chin Helped Reggae Become a Globally Celebrated Genre!

(repost from Yahoo! News) Here’s what one Asian Jamaican woman has to do with the global rise of reggae music ? » Subscribe to NowThis: http://go.nowth.is/News_Subscribe » Sign up for our newsletter KnowThis to get the biggest stories of the day delivered straight to your inbox: https://go.nowth.is/KnowThis Learn about the V and P Family Foundation: https://www.vandpfoundation.org/ For more entertainment news, subscribe to NowThis News. #Reggae #Music #PatChin #Politics #News #NowThis…

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The Women Essential To Reggae And Dancehall!

(Repost from GRAMMY’s.com) By:  Jessica Lipsky In honor of Women’s History Month, GRAMMY.com highlights some of the foundational women who have shaped the sounds of reggae and dancehall as well as spotlights one artist who is taking one of the genres into the future. When many people think of reggae, one name immediately comes to mind: Bob Marley. The legend is just one of many prominent men—including the late Bunny…

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