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Super Cat spoke with IRIE FM's Ron Muschette, saying "won't be a normal Sting" @one876 @reggaesting Featured

Entertainment News Written by  contrbuted Sunday, 08 December 2013 09:11 font size decrease font size increase font size 0
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When William Maragh a.k.a. Super Cat, spoke with Ron Muschette live on IRIE FM earlier this week during ‘the wake up call’ he told him that the youths must be our focus and that as a nation and as individuals we have to focus on the youths and make them better.

The “Apache” and Ron spoke about the passing of Nelson Mandela and the impact he has made on the world and his importance especially to the black race. “Cat” mentioned Steve Biko and others who have been helpful in the struggle of the Black race.
It was a great vybe, Ron played the right songs that had his listeners bouncing to the “Don Dadda” at home, in their cars and in their offices, whilst ‘Cat’ reeled off sayings, advice, and lyrics. The Deejay says it won’t be a normal Sting this year 2013. The artiste has a new single out called “Reggaematic”. Background IN 1990, Maxine Stowe was hired by Columbia Records to assist with a project called Dancehall, Reggae, Espanol. It was an initiative meant to break hard-core Jamaican music in the American mainstream. The artiste El General used to cover popular dancehall songs in Spanish. Among the artistes covered were Super Cat, Cutty Ranks and Little Lennie, Stowe recalled. Super Cat, a veteran of the sound system circuit in Jamaica, was Stowe's first signing. She remembers little opposition to getting him on Columbia's books.
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