Kingston-based car soundsystem Bad Influence was declared winner of the 'tune for tune' battle at fourth annual Labour Day Sound Ruption, 'Town vs Country' Car Stereo Competition held at Island Vibes Bar and Grill in Montego Bay on Wednesday.
Bad Influence beat Love People, an Atlanta-based sound system to receive $50,000 cash. The first runner up received $30,000 and a trophy.
The contestants included sound systems Naseve, White Camry, Phonetech, 'Yumi Hipower and Hi-fonics.
Yumi, the only female DJ in the competition and also representing Kingston, copped the prize of $10,000 for the sound that received "the biggest forward."
When it got down to the elimination section, each sound system was given an individual 10-minute segment. It eventually came down to Bad Influence and 'Love People' from Atlanta who entered into the 'best of seven' segment that would determine the winner. At the end of the segment, Bad Influence was victorious.