In 2014, when Reggae Legend David Rodigan joined forces with Chase & Status, Shy FX and MC Rage to form the soundsystem Rebel Sound and consequently went on to win the Red Bull Culture Clash, there was a massive amount of coverage in the media and quite rightly so, as Rodigan is one of the most loved Reggae DJ’s.
This years event saw a great night, where one of the largest events in current popular urban music culture history took place at London’s O2 Arena.
Despite the expectations of most of the commentators and fans in the run up to the night, the heavily Caribbean influenced Mixpak Sound, a musical collection of artists comprising of some of the biggest names in the business, including Popcaan, Spire, Kranium, Tony Matterhorn, and the UK connection of the group, Birmingham’s own self confessed Brumaican, the one and only multi-talented Serocee.
The artist, well known in the entertainment scene, has co-hosted shows on Radio 1 with his prodigy, Toddler T; the partner of Radio 1’s other big star, Annie Mac.
Leading the sound to victory alongside sound cultures other heavyweight Tony Matterhorn who has played on the worlds biggest and most notorious sound systems – King Addies to name but one.
Spices performance on the night was also extremely memorable, with her head top remix of one of the other sounds dubs was an amazing display of real talent on the mic.