|CHRIS GAYLE AND ROMEICH|
“We bought out Asylum,” Romeich said.
However, the CEO of Romeich Wear, Romeich Records and Romeich
Entertainment did not disclose what the name of the new club would be,
and without divulging too much information, revealed, “It will be opened
Romeich was questioned at his recently held foam and water party,
Water Worl, held at the New Mas Camp on Sunday, July 21. However, when
contacted for further information, Romeich indicated that he would not
be disclosing any more information for at least the next two weeks.
The property, located at 69 Knutsford Boulevard in New Kingston, operated under the Asylum brand for several years as a
landmark nightclub in the city. However, the club was transformed and
renamed The Building in 2009 when it was taken over by businessman Corey
Todd, and his business partner, popular dancehall artiste, Vybz Kartel.
However, following the pair’s split in 2011, Todd renamed the venue,
Romeich and Chris Gayle first worked together in a publicised
venture in 2011, when Gayle was among an array of elite celebrities who
wore Romeich’s designs at Smirnoff Dream Weekend. Under his brand,
Romeich has also designed interesting and fashionable creations for
celebrities like Elephant Man, Mavado, Konshens, Beenie Man, Marlon
Samuels, among others.
As for his music label, Romeich Records, he can be credited for
the creation of popular dancehall rhythms such as Armagiddion, Grace and
Gratitude, Table Fi Table and Bank Ina Pocket.
Additionally, the entrepreneur has organised and promoted events
through his company Romeich Entertainment such as Water Worl, One Beer
Only and Striptease as well as the Wednesday night bikini boxing and
erotic mud wrestling at Taboo Nightclub.