The Return of Supercat
The return of Supercat was highly anticipated by fans of all ages. Supercat named Don Dadda for being a real gangsta inna real life has been in hiatus for quite sometime. During his brief tour in the U.S. JVTV was fortunate enough to capture the return of supercat while he went through is catalog that dates way back to 1985. There will never be no other cat as wise as this one.
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.” Outspoken in his attitude on politics, sex, drugs, and violence, Cat’s talk is tough, his message is conscious and positive. The return of Supercat features songs that are 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.
The return of Supercat headlined the ‘Best of the Best’ concert in Miami in 2008, with Assasin, Etana, Barrington Levy, Buju Banton, Junior Reid, Tony Matterhorn, Sizzla and Beenie Man.