A tiny island in the Caribbean, Jamaica's influence can be felt around the world.
So when Jamaica decides to celebrate its Independence Day, there are plenty of friends and admirers wishing to gain entrance to the party.
This summer, Wray & Nephew decided to honour Jamaican Independence with #jamaicarumtings – a series of unique, boutique events with a Caribbean flavour. Clash helped get the party started, co-hosting a day and night event at East London hotspot the Britannia.
With Notting Hill Carnival rolling round, Wray & Nephew and Reggae Roast took control of London Fields Brewery for a one off warm up event. Shy FX stopped by, with the jungle pioneer spinning a special reggae set.
Notting Hill icons Channel One brought their sound system all the way to East London, with Vibration Lab, Adam Prescott and Ramon Judah.
Couldn't make it? Don't worry. Wray & Nephew have supplied Clash with these images to give you a flavour of the event.
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