Tag : Patricia ‘Miss Pat’ Chin

International Women’s Day and Women’s History Month

  International Women’s Day is observed on Wednesday March 8th, and Women’s History Month is observed during the month of March.  There are many women in the world of Reggae and her diaspora who have contributed to the expanse of her genre. VP Records co-founder and company matriarch Patricia ‘Miss Pat’ Chin shares stories of her years in the business, and examples of applying creativity to the marketing of music…

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Riddim Driven Clothing And New York Fashion Week for Second Year

  Riddim Driven Clothing and New York Fashion Week For The Second Year 2023 marks the second year Riddim Driven Clothing and New York Fashion Week team for a runway extravaganza at Sony Hall. In partnership with Runway 7, the 2023 fashion season saw the best new looks in urban fashion from VP Records matriarch, Patricia ‘Miss Pat’ Chin.  Combining a live-show element with models walking the runway performing artists…

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Patricia ‘Miss Pat’ Chin and Randy Chin Attend For The Children Gala

Patricia ‘Miss Pat’ Chin and Randy Chin pose with Jamaica’s Jazz great Monty Alexander at the “For The Children ” charity gala.  The event was held at Sony Hall Manhattan on Saturday November 12th and raised over 417k to build a children’s health center in Ocho Rios, Jamaica. The event was sponsored by the Issa Trust foundation. Stream the Women of Reggae Playlist  

Patricia ‘Miss Pat’ Chin Interviewed at York College in Queens, NY

York College President Berenecea J. Eanes and Foundation chair Ana Rua invited friends, supporters and special guests to an evening with Patricia ‘Miss Pat’ Chin to hear a reading from her book ‘Miss Pat: My Reggae Music Journey.’ Miss Pat, the inaugural York College Presidential Medal Recipient shared her poignant life story during an interview with York College Journalism student, Lleva Lazama. She discussed her book, ‘Miss Pat:  My Reggae…

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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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