Live, on Saturday July 4, 2020, at 7:30 PM EDT the world will experience a date to remember with, Death in the Arena (DITA) soundclash featuring 9X World Clash Champion, Pink Panther, versus legendary selector, Tony Matterhorn, all hosted by Walshy Fire of Major Lazer & MC Nuffy. Soundclash culture was birth on the island of Jamaica but the art form has a global fan base which reassured the partnership between Digicel International & Chauncey Henry, Esq of non-for-profit organization, Henry Family Foundation. Fifty lucky winners will have the chance for the world to see their reactions as they simulate a live audience for the Death in the Arena soundclash.
Participants will have to enter their information at https://bit.ly/digicelvip and then follow @digicelinternational on Instagram. These two easy steps will grant fifty lucky winners access to the Digicel International VIP Lounge. Winners will be given a private Zoom link that will be sent to their email to join the Death in the Arena audience. Their reactions to the soundclash will be shown to the viewers watching on various platforms around the world.
Death in the Arena will occur live in Fort Lauderdale, Florida and streamed on https://deathinthearena.com/ Instagram Live, Facebook, and YouTube plus TV Apple TV & Roku at 7:30 PM EST on July 4, 2020. For more information about the Digicel International VIP Lounge visit https://bit.ly/digicelvip. For more information about Death in the Arena visit on https://deathinthearena.com/ .
Talents available for interviews:
Tony Matterhorn is a dancehall reggae deejay and sound system selector from Kingston, Jamaica. Matterhorn got his start in the sound system arena in the early 1990s, on Inner City Sound System first, and then landing on King Addies in Brooklyn, New York.
Pink Panther is a sound system selector and 9X World Clash Champion hailing from the island of Jamaica. As a member of the popular sound system Black Kat Sound, Pink Panther is known as a one of the leaders of the sounds system culture.
Walshy Fire (Major Lazer)
Grammy Award Winning Jamaican American DJ, MC and record producer who is better known as part of the dancehall reggae-influenced group Major Lazer alongside fellow DJs Jillionaire and Diplo. Walshy Fire toured with the Black Chiney sound system beginning in 2004. Black Chiney is cited as a significant influence on the evolution of Major Lazer with its mash ups that blend hip hop or R&B rhythms with reggae & R&B artist vocal tracks and its representation of the Jamaican sound system. The subsequent mix tapes that the Black Chiney collective of DJs, engineers and MCs would develop were the training ground for Walshy to become a remix producer.