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Album Review

The best album available from Super Cat, one of Jamaica's hottest dancehall artists of the '90s (best known in the U.S. as "that guy that talks fast in the Sugar Ray song"). There are a couple of guest appearances made by Heavy D, to the credit of the album. The recurring ability of the songs to consistently provide a simple groove for Super Cat to fervently rap over the top of is amazing, and the virtuosity with which he can constantly provide the necessary vocal concoctions is noteworthy. As is necessary for any current (or near current) dancehall album, there's a certain level of gun talk and slackness involved. For anyone who's interested in the dancehall scene of the '90s (Shabba Ranks, Ninjaman, Cutty Ranks, etc.), this album would be a good addition to the collection. For others, there might be other notable albums to pick up first — Shabba's albums, or maybe Rhino's Mash Up the Place compilation.

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DON DADA

If you grew up in the 90's you know that this is the Original Don DADA, this is classic dancehall reggae TAPE/CD

Funny

The hip hop video version of Dolly My Baby is available but not the song it self isn't along with Ghetto Red Hot, why? Those of us in the states heard different versions of the 2 songs, the remixed versions. I love to add these to my collection of music but I CAN'T FIND THEM BECAUSE THEY AREN'T AVAILABLE. Could someone please avail the songs to the true fans of music we are? Please?

classic

its supercat! need i say more?

Biography

Born: June 25, 1963 in Kingston, Jamaica

Genre: Reggae

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

A major figure in the positive-consciousness dancehall movement, Jamaican DJ/toaster Super Cat was born William Maragh in a ghetto section of Kingston known as Cockburn Pen or Seivright Gardens (the same area that produced DJ stars like U-Roy and Prince Jazzbo). Interested in music from a very young age, Maragh was touring Jamaica with various sound system organizations by the time he was a teenager. His first DJ name, Cat-a-Rock, was eventually switched to Super Cat due to the former's resemblance...
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