Summer has begun, so companies want to make sure their customers have the necessary tools to enjoy the season to the fullest. And if that mean a company stepping outside of it’s traditional business activity. So be it. Its what we’ve come to expect. Last night at Howard 38, a new party space in downtown Manhattan, Red Stripe jumped into the fray. The Jamaican beer company has put together 5 original tracks with the help of Johan Hugo(Radioclit) and Terry Lynn , It was Written. The downloadable compilation celebrates the influence Jamaican music has had, and provides an overview of what the future from the Caribbean Island holds, by two lovers and aficionados of the Jamaican Sound.
Fader Magazine is offering It was Written for free at http://www.thefader.com/redstripe. If that’s not enough , the jam, last night was catered by Negril, with all the Jamaican delicacies one could want for, Radioclit rocked the house, and the free gifts were kinda great , tops being the Red Strip Memory Sticks.