In line with our love for bass-heavy music, Reggae culture and eccentric musical fusions--we're proud to bring you the P2S snapback. The first time we heard them play live over a year ago at Irie Sunday, we knew a collaboration with these dudes was inevitable.

Nisi-P and Mal are the minds behind PART2STYLE: a Japanese Bass Music crew that is leading the scene in both Japan and Europe, taking their cues from Dancehall Reggae’s sound system culture while featuring a wide range of Bass Music--genre's like Jungle, Grime, Drum n Bass and Trap to name a few.

PART2STYLE has accumulated many specialized dub plate tunes over the years while producing exclusive original beats and music for other artists--even collaborating with big names like Tippa Irie, Daddy Freddy, Solo Banton & Charlie P and more. 

As of 2011, the duo has turned their focus overseas and joined the world's best and biggest bass music festivals such as “OUTLOOK FESTIVAL”, as well as some of the biggest reggae festivals in Europe: “ROTOTOM SUNSPLASH” and “UPRISING REGGAE FESTIVAL”.

Through these endeavors in well-known music festivals, they soon gained notoriety and the attention of bass and reggae fans in the European scene. They have produced tunes with the finest European labels such as “JAHTARI”, “MAFFI” and “DREAD SQUAD”. In 2012, they started their own label called "FUTURE RAGGA".

Special thanks to Rina Sakamoto for the WIP-exclusive P2S Japan photos

Having proved their strong presence throughout the years, they're ready for the rest of the world. Catch them in Manila this Sunday, Feb. 28 at Irie Sunday, B-SIDE for our P2S x WIP caps launch. We'll have a WIP booth set up where you can get the P2S snapbacks first at the discounted price of PHP1300--plus we'll be selling some discounted Champion Sound pieces and more. You know what's up!

The PART2STYLE wipcaps will be available at our webstore, WIP HQ, Gold Digger Records & Urban Athletics (GB3) at PHP1550 within the following week.

Don't miss out on this one!

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