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December 21, 2013
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Super Cat returns to Ja tomorrow

From left: Super Cat, Lady Saw and Wyclef Jean. - Contributed

Dancehall artiste Super Cat will land in Jamaica tomorrow for the first time in 12 years.

Super Cat is scheduled to perform on Sting as the show celebrates its 30th anniversary. The last time Super Cat performed on the 'The Greatest One night Show on Earth' was 20 years ago when Sting was held at the National Stadium. At that staging, Super Cat clashed with Ninja Man in what is still described as the 'clash of the century'.


Many communities in Kingston are excited about the news of the veteran deejay's return and some are making preparations. The travel route has been worked out so no community feels slighted and that the Don Dadda touches everyone equally. In all of this, "Cat' has been issuing instructions to the residents, 'Mek sure oonu touch ...'

The Homecoming Tour will end with "Super Cat's Homecoming Party" at Cockburn Gardens Primary & Junior High School football field, 118 Hagley Park Road, St Andrew, on Sunday at 12:30 pm.

Magnum is the sponsor for this Supreme Promotions, DownSound event and the public is being urged to catch the deejay's pre-Sting performance for his community.

Super Cat, who is also called the 'The Wild Apache', has remained hardcore and unapologetic, constant, militant and controversial. He has given kudos to Killamanjaro, the sound he worked on back in the day and it is clear that his stint in the dancehall paved a way for the youths in the industry.

Yesterday, Super Cat joined Lady Saw and Wyclef Jean as they did the US Press day satellite tour of over 30 media houses, plugging pay-per-view for reggae and dancehall.

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