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Mighty Crown wins Sumfest World Clash

  • The Japanese Mighty Crown dethroned Tony Matterhorn and won the 2018 World Clash Reggae Sumfest at Pier One
    The largest music festival in Jamaica, Reggae Sumfest, hosted the most important sound shock of the game. The Japanese Mighty Crown dethroned Tony Matterhorn and won the 2018 World Clash Reggae Sumfest at Pier One
  • The Japanese Mighty Crown dethroned Tony Matterhorn and won the 2018 World Clash Reggae Sumfest at Pier One
    The largest music festival in Jamaica, Reggae Sumfest, hosted the most important sound shock of the game. The Japanese Mighty Crown dethroned Tony Matterhorn and won the 2018 World Clash Reggae Sumfest at Pier One
  • The Japanese Mighty Crown dethroned Tony Matterhorn and won the 2018 World Clash Reggae Sumfest at Pier One
    The largest music festival in Jamaica, Reggae Sumfest, hosted the most important sound shock of the game. The Japanese Mighty Crown dethroned Tony Matterhorn and won the 2018 World Clash Reggae Sumfest at Pier One
  • The Japanese Mighty Crown dethroned Tony Matterhorn and won the 2018 World Clash Reggae Sumfest at Pier One
    The largest music festival in Jamaica, Reggae Sumfest, hosted the most important sound shock of the game. The Japanese Mighty Crown dethroned Tony Matterhorn and won the 2018 World Clash Reggae Sumfest at Pier One
  • The Japanese Mighty Crown dethroned Tony Matterhorn and won the 2018 World Clash Reggae Sumfest at Pier One
    The largest music festival in Jamaica, Reggae Sumfest, hosted the most important sound shock of the game. The Japanese Mighty Crown dethroned Tony Matterhorn and won the 2018 World Clash Reggae Sumfest at Pier One
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Mighty Crown dethroned Tony Matterhorn and won the 2018 World Clash Reggae Sumfest at Pier One

The Japanese of Yokohama used a solid variety of dancehall and reggae artists to watch the coaches Tony Matterhorn, Ricky Trooper and Pink Panther.

Panther was the first to leave, followed by Ricky Trooper, who got his best performance in the first round. Tony Matterhorn was no match for Mighty Crown, who beat Madgi.

The great crowd inside Pier One crowned "The Far East Rulaz" the winners. Sumfest World Clash is a celebration of the 20th anniversary of Irish and Chin.

The battle featured DJs Tony Matterhorn, Mighty Crown, Ricky Trooper and Pink Panther. Jamaica's rich musical culture is often imitated throughout the world.

It is a sound shock, a DJ battle, mainly in reggae and dancehall.

They often use custom remixes that present the most outstanding versions of the main artists to win over the audience.

The largest music festival in Jamaica, Reggae Sumfest, hosted the most important sound shock of the game. Irish and Chin celebrated their twentieth anniversary in a face-to-face competition with the main DJs: Tony Matterhorn, Mighty Crown, Ricky Trooper and Pink Panther.

Based on the historical context of its contenders, this year's competition was epic. Tony Matterhorn, former King Addies selector before going solo in 1999 in World Clash, is the first selector to win consecutive World Clash titles, securing victories in World Clash Jamaica (also known as Death Before Dishonor) in 2002 and 2003.

Pink Panther, while playing Black Kat, won most World Clash titles in the 20 years of the Series. He has 6 WorldClash trophies.

At the end of this year, Mighty Crown of Yokohama, Japan has won a total of 6 World Clash titles. Throughout his 20-year career, World Clash has been presented by a series of celebrities such as Ninja Man, Beenie Man, Elephant Man and Bounty Killer.

Considered the Super Bowl of sound crashes, World Clash has raised the sound system's competition to an unprecedented level. Marketing World Clash as a show and sounds and selectors such as celebrities, Irish and Chin catapulted the event to the mainstream. Growing in popularity, World Clash eventually expanded to Canada, Jamaica and Antigua.