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Uploaded on Nov 14, 2008

Super Cat- Fight fi Power
Super Cat, a.k.a. Don Dada, a.k.a. the Wild Apache, came roaring out of Jamaica in the 1980s, blazing a new trail through the dancehall reggae scene with hits like "Ghetto Red Hot," "Nuff Man A Dead," "Boops," and "Dolly My Baby." One of the first Jamaican deejays to break through the U.S. market, Maragh helped pioneer the fusion of dancehall with Hip Hop and R&B, collaborating with then-rising stars like Puff Daddy, Heavy D, Mary J. Blige, Wu-Tang Clans Method Man, Kris Kross and DJ Muggs from Cypress Hill. Outspoken in his attitude on politics, sex, drugs, and violence, Cats talk is tough, his message is conscious and positive, a cry for justice that rings from the ghettos of Kingston, Jamaica, Port of spain, Trinidad, New York City, South Central Los Angeles, inner city Toronto and around the world.

His first single was entitled "Mr. Walker" and was a hit in Jamaica. His song "Boops" came soon after with the release of his debut album Si Boops Deh and was a massive hit that spawned hundreds of responses and cemented him a place in reggae history. He put his name in the history books and notched a place in U.S. music scene with the album Don Dada. The album featured heavyweights in the hip hop arena such as Heavy D and The Notorious B.I.G., and songs like "Don Dada", "Dolly My Baby" and "Ghetto Red Hot" are considered classics. Controversy has always surrounded his career. One example is the death of the popular reggae artist Nitty Gritty, killed in a murky incident in New York City, where Super Cat was accused but denied any involvement. He also had an infamous bottle-tossing incident in a 1991 Sting stage show performance with then rival Ninjaman.

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