Nadia Valeri of Cane 13 Drinks with singer Romain Virgo (Photo: Andrew Roberts)


VP Records organised a Friday night meet and greet with Romain Virgo at Jamaica Patty Co (JPC) London recently. The October 20 event marked the start of Virgo's UK tour and proved very popular with the large crowd that packed into the Central London store or partied in the street outside.

The event was attended by VP boss Randy Chin, son of founder Vincent "Randy" Chin, and VP London label manager Karen Proctor. On hand to welcome all was Jamaica Ambassador for Arts and Culture and Jamaica Patty co-owner Theresa Roberts. On the menu were JPC patties, copious pours of rum punch and entertainment from DJ Yng Cpn.

Jamaica's Ambassador for Arts and Culture and Jamaica Patty Company co-principal Theresa Roberts (second left) shared the frame with (from left) Randy Chin of VP Records; his wife Kecia; and VP Records Label Manager Karen Proctor. (Photo: Andrew Roberts)
Singer Singer Romain Virgo and UK-based Jamaican fashion designer Shanna Bent (Photo: Andrew Roberts)
UK-based business owner and investor Neville Williams (left) and his granddaughter Harmony Mae Williams paused for a photo op with Romain Virgo. (Photo: Andrew Roberts)

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