Golden Krust Sponsors Red Bull Culture Clash



 This past weekend, Golden Krust Caribbean Restaurant had the opportunity to support Red Bull’s New York Culture Clash, bringing the Taste of the Caribbean to the New York City party. Throngs of guests were treated to a sampling of our delightfully delicious Jamaican Patties. Taking place in the heart of Brooklyn, where we operate over a dozen Jamaican restaurants, Golden Krust is proud to support the community and represent Jamaican culture. Thank you to Ronald Gordon and the GK staff that helped make this event possible.

 The city-wide sound clash returned with a clash of the NYC parades, featuring appearances by Jim Jones, Wyclef Jean, and YG Marley. Inspired by Jamaican sound system culture, Red Bull Culture Clash features head-to-head performances from four crews honoring the city’s most vibrant parades. Crews are given the reins to take over their own stage in each corner of the venue and face off in a four-round battle, bringing special guests, never-before-seen remixes, and once in a lifetime performances, all in an effort to outshine their competition and win over the crowd.

 Papi Juice repped the Pride March. Remezcla repped the National Puerto Rican Day Parade. Eastern Standard Times repped Lunar New Year Parade, and No Long Talk repped the West Indian Day Parade. At Culture Clash the crowd decides who wins. This year, No Long Talk (Jamaican/Carib Sound) took home the crown.