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Last night, Red Bull Music Academy's Culture Clash came to New York City for the first time with a show at the Roseland Ballroom.
Essentially, the event is a contemporary descendant/adaptation/emulation of Jamaican soundclash culture. In this case, four teams battled for the dance floor: Trouble and Bass, Just Blaze & Young Guru, Federation Sound, and Que Bajo.
From a hip-hop perspective, Just Blaze & Young Guru dominated the night, bringing out a serious guest list: 2 Chainz (video of him performing "I'm Different" is above), Jada, Styles P, Raekwon, Bun-B, Wale, Pharoahe Monch, and Freeway all showed up, while Just Blaze reportedly shot money into the crowd.
But Trouble and Bass (a team which consisted of Drop the Lime, AC Slater, and more) kind of killed it when they brought to the stage not just Nina Sky but Robin S, the vocalist behind legendary and timeless club jam "Show Me Love." You can watch her performance of the anthem below.