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Author Topic:   Bounty Killer respond to what Super Cat said at SASHI
brandish
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posted 08-28-2002 12:58 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for brandish     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Falliní On Deaf Ears




Super Cat caused quite a stir with some remarks he made on a show this past weekend. Remarks that surprised me. You know I like to place things in context, so letís start at the beginning.

After I recorded Riding West in 1994, seemingly because of references to Indians, Cat took it upon himself to answer back with a tune called Scalp Him. I countered with Ancient Days Killing and Cat had nothing more to say. On stage at 1996 Reggae Sunsplash Cat threw a bag of words at me and boldly told the audience how he would kick out my 32 teeth if I dared to answer. That night I proved to the world that I was not, and am not, intimidated by Super Cat by stepping up and defending myself, classing him as an ďantique, old furniture,Ē and that I only had 30 teeth as my wisdom teeth had not pushed through at that time. I answered fury with fury, the place bussed and it went no further.

I am not a person to carry feelings so a few years on, when the smoke cleared, I began to give Super Cat his props - rightfully classing him as an icon of the business, someone who paved the way for me, especially as a gangsta artiste. In fact, unbeknown to the world, on the set of the Hey Baby video shoot in LA I had a phone conversation with Cat, in which we reciprocated respect. During that conversation I told Cat that there were no hard feelings and I was just making a point back in 94 and 96 that if someone disses me I will answer back with interest, no care a who. But I always respected him as one of the elders and it was never personal for me. That phone conversation ended on a positive note, so any thoughts of feelings being harboured were banished.

And now Cat in 2002, performing for the first time on a big stage in Jamaica since I stood up to him at Sunsplash 96, returns to the island saying pretty much what he told me he was going to do to me, and my teeth, back in 96. But Iím still here smiling because Catís remarks have fallen on deaf ears.

People are saying that Cat said what he said just to get a hype, to try and revive his career. I personally donít think that was his motivation as he is not that type of person, and as an artiste he surely does not need Bounty Killer to give him a hype.

Cat began his argument on Sunday night by saying that I said he could not return to Jamaica. I have never said this on any stage or dance or record, so one wonders if there is even a third party trying to instigate trouble. The world knows Bounty Killer wears his heart on his sleeve so if I wanted to say Cat could not return to Jamaica I would not hide and talk - the world would hear it. Nobody heard that because it was never said.

I understand and respect Catís position and status in the gangsta hierarchy, and that he must have seen me as a feisty young upstart who shouldnít even have had the balls to answer him back. I also understand and respect that what I said at Sunsplash must have been on his mind since 96, and this is his first real chance to get a big enough platform to express himself, cause an impact and make people hear. So Cat, tell you what, do your thing; me love and respect you sameway. What happened is just the rules of the game we play.

People, even my fans, are behaving like what Cat said was an invitation to a musical war. That is not the case. I believe Cat was just using the stage to express himself after bottling it up for 6 years, to live up to the Super Cat image and character, and talk some badness which patrons love to hear from him. Cat did not frame his argument in a musical context, it was based on his history as a gunslinger. I have too large a family to feed to get involved in a war where the boundaries are blurred; I am not that shortsighted. Cat is not a man who releases many records, so I donít think he intends for us to go at it on plastic, and he rarely does stage shows, so this is not the start of something by any means. This is old news, I guess Cat was just cleaning out his closet.

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Double B
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posted 08-28-2002 03:35 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Double B     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
If I were Bounti I would not only avoid a war with Super Cat but also watch my back from now on.

Super Cat and Josey Whales are very dangerous men.

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brandish
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posted 08-28-2002 04:31 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for brandish     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
nuh man nuh fraid a nuh again, different time and age this

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Double B
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posted 08-28-2002 04:42 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Double B     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
I wonder what makes it "different time and age".
Is it because everybody has access to guns now? - I beleive that was the case from along time ago.

If you read between the lines of the article you will see that Bounti is not only afraid of Super Cat but he respects him to the max.

You have to wonder why he did not answer him back at SASHI.

Also, note in the article how Bounti talks with respect when him refers to the Cat compare to his normal bad man talk when it comes to Beenie man.

[This message has been edited by Double B (edited 08-28-2002).]

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spur73
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posted 08-28-2002 04:56 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for spur73     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
"Cat is not a man who releases many records, so I donít think he intends for us to go at it on plastic, and he rarely does stage shows, so this is not the start of something by any means"

This suggests that the war could be physical and not musical. So I respect Bounty killer vision in not seeking a confrontation with Super Cat.

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Shatta_Cleve
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posted 08-28-2002 05:15 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Shatta_Cleve     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
A no matter of being afraid

A musician or artist have to be realistic. Where are you going to hide onstage?
Cat may have shot and killed a punk(yeah how are you going to back a gun and then run?)

but the way how JA run nowadays no one with money have to do anything. All a man have to do is let off a smalls and a man nyam you food. Just ask Willie Haggart bout that.

Bounti is on top why should he waste time with Cat who is just looking a hype to return to the stage(Sting maybe)

After all cat is trying to come back.

10 years ago only a few had access to guns, now everyman can get a gun if they really want one. It doesn't take a bad man to kill another man.

respect

Note how much "gansters" Shug Knight punk up and how feared he was but still man blaze shot pon him a Vegas.

Bounti is doing exactly what Snoop did and that is draw away from dem things deh

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poisondart
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posted 08-28-2002 05:29 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for poisondart     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Bwoy, we violent one to another eeeh. How did violence ever come into music ? I thought music was about having fun and enjoyment.

What are we talking about here gentlemen, is it music and entertainment or is it war. Lawd.

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shaggybear
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posted 08-28-2002 06:37 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for shaggybear     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Good talk shatta.

There is a difference between being afraid and having sense.

The other day I am driving with a sitren in Lauderdale, a man did not like how I pulled in front of him. I did nothing wrong, he wsa just one of the old idiot rendecks that don't want nobody cut in front of him. He actually stepped on the gas from a standstill in stop-go traffic when he saw me coming in front of him. It was obvious this person was not all there or had SERIOUS road rage issues.

Him start drive up behind me a flash light and a speed up on my tail for about a minute (clearly not just a passing indication of displeasure). So I pull over one lane to give the man a chance to come up beside me to clear him chest. He did -- ridiculously animated in his car. I gave him the international salute (the middle one). He pulled a gun and pointed it at me and the sistren. I stopped my car and let him go.

Afraid? I don't think so. I was just extremely concerned that this man wasn't all there and would do something ridiculous.

I have been on the other side of a gun before (you ought to know after the first couple seconds what is going to happen). Cause if a man mean to kill you him just going to pull the trigger.

Sensible to stop my car? Yes. Why risk your life with someone who is an idiot. Hypothetically, if I carried a gun in a car would I have to shoot it out with this man to prove I am not afraid? That is stupid.

Bounti make the right decision to make the loser gwaan. I Like supercat music still, but what is the point of playing that game if some man "don't know the boundaries."

Stupid

PEACE!

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bublay
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posted 08-28-2002 08:08 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for bublay     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Bloodcleet shaggy, nearly most u get capped. U did the right thing though, cause some a them drivers pon the road have some serious issues. By the way i hope u got his license plate # and reported him to the police cause man like dat should a serve time inna jail whey the other prisoners can tek turn showing him that road rage can lead to .......

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poisondart
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posted 08-28-2002 08:32 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for poisondart     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Wha Shaggey,

Some fool almost wipe you out near my neck of the woods ? Partner just a word of advice.

Anytime you encounter fools such as those on the road, don't even look in their direction. It's not about being bad, it's about life and your loved ones that will be mourning your lost, awright.

These idiots have no regards for life, they are tormented and miserable always looking for trouble. He who fights and ran away, will live to see another day.

Peace.

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shaggybear
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posted 08-28-2002 09:59 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for shaggybear     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
I never get the license plate number cause the sistren was hysterical and crying at me to stop the car. Which I did. She was a foreigner too, not a good intro to the US.

I immediately went to a police officer not far away. This occurred on Fort Lauderdale beach at about 8 p.m. on a weekday. Officer was standing near by a bar named the elbo room. As I walked up to him I knew it wouldn't make no diffence. I said what the hell. I told him what happened and gave him a description of the car and the man inside.

His response "I'll be on the lookout"

He was more interested in trying to look at women. I am sure the fact that I was a black man never really help much either.

A so it go!!!! America land we love!

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zouse
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posted 08-29-2002 03:39 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for zouse     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Supa Cat...who it may concern listen up,

(Well the world know sey Bounti a my DJ, straight!)

Anyway, the big question was if Cat could pull off the awsome display that dancehall superpower Shabba showed last year. I'm sure all now P.Diddy and his Bad Boy family, and the rest of them R&B dudes must be working fevorishly trying to create Shabba's formula...yea man, "a mee man, big dutty styinking Shabba"...they wish! cause is not everyday you see intl artists gasping at 20 odd thousand crazy Jamaicans a pop off inna di air in response 'nsync to a local DJ, straight.

Chiyea!
-Jigga Man

Shabba got 11 out of 10, Cat got a mere 3. The hype! the type, the man, was blown away in just about 5 mins when Cat simply showed he wasn't there for the hypeTV business.

People were probably expecting a debut tune like, "well a we dem waan fi mash it up", or "watch out mek mi come down", instead, after 'animal party' they got a lot of lecturing about politics in general, man a socialist (cause Jesus Christ was the first socialist), who must leave Skeng Don alone, and biggup Bigga Ford...

Well, the man seemed not interested afer that (15 mins), he seemed to have forgotten his hit tunes (heard mutterings that he couldn't remember the words) so he started asking a getting silent crowd "well a time fi mi come off now, don't?"... , but then called up his old parring pee Demus for 'cabin stabbin'....nutten too spectacular...

After that the man just decided to 'talk it out'. Got a few cheers from a combination of 'front teeth gold teeth don dada with a .45....yuh dun know....talk bout Bob Marley, Garnet Silk and who an who must 'log-off' leave the business an guh sell some weed, dem frigging young wanabee artists yah!, and what is due unto him (while he's alive at least, cause him nuh waan nuh riches after him dead, like Marley)

To my suprise here comes Ninja Man (Double ugly) in the argument.... turned junkie because of Bounti and company Cat said, yea man, "that pyussy (Bounti) dey a Jamaica a run off him mouth a sey him (Cat) caan cum back a yard", an so he's going to box down Bounti blclt anywhere him catch him......

The crowd jump up fi dat....

So, he started hinting that there are other big artists waiting to come onstage (Busta Rhymes, Usher) and with that he exited...

I think the crowd supported his 22 mins out of respect, and probably with a feeling that this DJ is more than mouth talk? Well as for me i'd have to see first before i talked. As a soun man i never expected anything much from Cat, i was right, this Cat was too tame...where the F... is Shabba!

Still, he seemed to have ginuine concerns about the present politics state of the country...

As for the threat against Bounti wanabee Beenie Man an friends woulda love that...

But tek it from me, the Cat wouldn't last 4 mins against a lyrical war with the Killer. Like the man said, "a whey dem a guh wid ancient days killing?"

Or probably what the Jigga man said to NAS, "i'll kill you mother Fckng ants with a sledgehammer"......mumma red...

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posted 08-29-2002 12:39 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for ssmik101     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Bunty killa is a illeterate i bet now he will kool because he cant sheg his kro-cus bag face wid super catt. Super katt is a killer somebody pleeze remind bounty what happend to NITTY GRITTY.

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zouse
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posted 08-29-2002 01:16 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for zouse     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
......might as well remind me too,

So, what happened to Nitty Gritty??
How's he doing nowadays....

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gremo
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posted 08-29-2002 03:50 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for gremo     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Well said Brandish. Any body from yard know that allegedly being a killer means nothing. Dem yute a yard wi out yu lights in a second.
But it all comes down to the real issue. Bounty is just being sensible. Move on to bigger tings yute.

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Guidance
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posted 08-30-2002 10:35 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for Guidance     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote

If u is a musician stick to music
Why get involved in the arms race
Cat jus a waste di man time
Tune could a cut and play
instead a waste time pon editorial
im nuh sound too dusty fi a "illiterate"
eeen ssmik

it sad.....that a 12 year old wid a gun
commanding so much fear an 'respect'
while some 12yo fighting 4 a good cause in other lands

Fear not the one with the gun
who MUST sleep
Fear(love & Respect) the One who mek
Thunder roll an lightening CLAP
and who NEVER sleeps
One Love

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shaggybear
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posted 08-30-2002 11:43 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for shaggybear     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
guide them.

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nyah
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posted 08-30-2002 12:19 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for nyah     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Zouse ah di Cat did tek out Nitty.....Cat is one ah dem man deh dat live wha im talk. Mi ah listen to him fom Sterophonics days and trus mi is ah man dat lef mike and box down man. Is a mad man still but not to be taken lightly...

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Double B
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posted 08-30-2002 12:47 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Double B     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
heheh...

After the man brandish his weapon in public and revealed his true identity unuh delete the man post . Come inna this Mr B and tell us about badness.

Anyway, I was not trying to say that Bounti should be afraid of Super Cat. It is obvious from the report that Bounti is a smart guy.

I am just saying that Bounti should avoid getting into any form of war (musical or otherwise) with the Cat - because as Nyah said... the Cat is a mad man.

I use to live near him and his whole family off the Waltham. Dem youth dey do nuff terrible things.... even the sister dem a bad woman.

I don't know where his head is right now but he is the first man me eva hear announced in public - pon stage sey him have him gun pon him... without joking and police dey all ova de place.
In that same performance where they tried to stone him off stage, the man run and pick up a quart bottle from behind him and burst it inna one spectator head...nothing came out of that- other than a new Jamaican talk - everbody start sey Yow...yuh a hear mi...mi have mi gun pon mi .

I don't understand where this 12 year old argument came from because I know that Jamaica is still run by Dons.

In case yuh neva know, a Don inna Jamaica command more respect than the police. A Don can call an 'indisciplined' youth and tell him to carry a handcart come and lie in it and take his execution.

If you are being robbed and mentioned certain Don name, the robber apologize , give yuh back your stuff and beg you not to say anything.

[This message has been edited by Double B (edited 08-30-2002).]

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Guidance
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posted 08-30-2002 01:13 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Guidance     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
whatever the age it really is a 12yo mindset
the whole nation shaking trembling and weeing up demselves at the feet of dons revered and respected
said it b4 as the son of im who slayed Don Goliath sey:
The hand of "the diligent" shall bear rule: but "the slothful" shall be under tribute
Jamaica bring yur tributes to the Dons
IMF gone and leave the dons in charge?

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brandish
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posted 08-30-2002 03:23 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for brandish     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
I agree that Dons run the country but nuh don caa run bottom Maxfield (memba dat)
Killer move onto bigger and better things, Cat a look a hype caa him carer done and him nuh waa go park. Mi rate him as a dj but him fi goh du some show wid Ken booth and Alton Ellis dem,

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posted 08-30-2002 04:48 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for nine     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
i hope the cat(mi have mi gun pon mi)dun with those days ,that's was back in the 80s when the cat diss his then rival ninja man.
it's time to move on and spread the universal language(music)with peace and love.
The only musical war should be to see which DJ can team up with a international artist and produce hits,check out! Beenie man with Janet jackson, that's the only war the Jamaican youths sould see in the community.

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zouse
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posted 08-30-2002 10:13 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for zouse     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
So what's with Beenie man and Janet Jackson?

..Just gimme the light..
-Dutty yea!

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zouse
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posted 08-31-2002 04:16 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for zouse     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Listen to the cat, afterparty or after war?

http://www.iriefm.net/supercat.ram

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bublay
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posted 08-31-2002 08:52 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for bublay     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Anybody saw Sean Paul perform live on BET on thursday. Him did leggo the tune "Just gimme the light", It was a good performance still. Him did all have one girl whey them call Ponytail whey do the Log on dance. Him tune nuh stop get air play on the radio stations and BET. A figure that u saw it zouse.

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zouse
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posted 08-31-2002 09:51 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for zouse     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Without a doubt!

Sean Paul turn is on it's way, fi real.
Since week BET played that video three times under the hour, trust mi it a dun di place.

I guess the people on 106 & Park thought the logon was a video setup. Yow when Ponytail went up on stage mi know all dem foreigners who all dem know is to "bounce to this" was in awe!! Dem neva si dem style ya yet!

Mi sey di little gal woulda kill dem!! Bmbclt. Mi sey di gal haaadd.

Yea man, when shi give it to dem the place mash up, i can say for sure they can't get enough.

"Just gimme the light"....and a bare screaming...

Rep-pre-zent Shanna paul,
Dutty yea!

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posted 08-31-2002 11:14 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Shatta_Cleve     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Talk bout Super Cat I stopped by his record store near Utica and Church today.

Anyway a Juve tomorrow and a bigger judgement so all I have to say in the argument is that we keep going away from the formula when it comes to crossing over reggae music.

We think that we have to mimic the Americans but instead with us having the dominant culture(or used to) all we have to do is give them a good beat, a good hook, and a new dance and they will be all over it.

Why the hell can't we stick to the formula.

gwaan yah caah me a enjoy the city that never sleep so while I am here me ago bun a fire pon sleep

respect

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posted 09-01-2002 05:29 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Topnotch     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Taken from the Jamaica Gleaner

Super Cat

Garwin Davis, Assistant News Editor

UNREPENTANT, unapologetic...the quintessential rebel without a cause...these are but a few of the adjectives which have been used to describe Super Cat, the self-styled 'Don Dada' and certainly one of Jamaica's most controversial deejays ever.

Back in Jamaica after a seven-year self imposed hiatus from the local dancehall scene, to perform at last Sunday's fourth annual Sashi show in Oracabessa, St. Mary, Super Cat has not changed much - if any at all ≠ from the hardcore entertainer whose gangster style image made him a fan favourite throughout the '80s and part of the early '90s.

The Sunday Gleaner caught up with the diminutive deejay backstage after his entertaining but provocative performance at the Sashi concert. Showing that he had not lost his flair for controversy, 'The Cat', using a mixture of 'cuss words' and conscious lyrics, made it clear that he would not be restricted in what he could say while on-stage, defying the authorities who had earlier warned performers against the use of profanity.

Asked if he was not worried about being arrested or charged Super Cat, in his own indomitable style and only as he can, frowned, then gave an unequivocal 'No'. "Arrest me for what?" he said, throwing the question back. "Which artiste curse more bad words than Yellowman and yet him win a Grammy. No guy not going to dictate what I can say on-stage. What about cable TV? What about all the profanity being fed back to the children? How come nobody talking about that, yet them want to target entertainers? Nobody is going to stop my freedom of expression," Super Cat said.

Super Cat said he had come too far in the music business to allow himself to be bothered by trivialities, noting that his only motivation was to give the "fans what they want." "My fans never let me down or lie to me," he added. "To many people I am just a dutty John Crow, a nasty dutty Indian. You see, I man is from the ghetto and has never bow to no guy. Nobody can say dem control Super Cat or own Super Cat. I am in control of my own destiny," he said.

A major figure in the dancehall movement for, as he puts it, "over 31 years", Super Cat was born William Maragh in "the heart of the ghetto" in Cockburn Pen, Kingston, the same area that produced his idol, the legendary DJ U-Roy.

Interested in music from a very young age, he toured Jamaica with various sound systems and from very early showed he had what it takes to be a major star. His first DJ name, Cat-a-Rock, was eventually switched to Super Cat; he also would later earn a secondary nickname, the 'Wild Apache.'

Super Cat made his recording debut in 1981 with the single Mr. Walker, recorded for the Techniques label and produced by Winston Riley. A succession of singles for various labels followed, as did his debut album Si Boops Deh, which appeared on Techniques in 1985.

Settling for a short time on the Skengdon label, Super Cat recorded another album, Boops, but soon grew dissatisfied enough with the business aspect of recording to start his own label, Wild Apache Productions. The self-produced album Sweets for My Sweet followed in 1988, as did a number of singles produced for other artists on the Wild Apache imprint. Super Cat also teamed up with Nicodemus and Junior Demus for the first triple-team DJ album in dancehall history, Cabin Stabbin'.

Plagued by a number of controversies locally, including an infamous bottle-throwing incident at Sting in 1991 while on-stage with rival deejay Ninja Man, Super Cat decided to move to New York City and attempt to crack the American market. It was a move which had been made earlier by ace entertainer Shabba Ranks, who went on to sign a major record deal and secure multiple Grammy awards. Super Cat himself secured a major-label deal with Columbia and landed the track Nuff Man a Dead on their compilation Dancehall Reggaespanol; in 1992, he issued one of the first major-label dancehall albums, the acclaimed Don Dada.

Several high-profile TV and concert festival appearances followed, and Source magazine named Super Cat their 'Dancehall Artiste of the Year' for 1993. The following year, he reunited with Nicodemus and Junior Demus, adding Junior Cat to make the album The Good, the Bad, the Ugly and the Crazy, a four-way collaboration. Super Cat's own fusion of dancehall, roots reggae, hip-hop and R&B was next showcased on the proper follow-up to Don Dada, 1995's The Struggle Continues. While the album was another success, Super Cat really raised his profile in the pop mainstream with his guest shots on Kriss Kross' Jump and on Sugar Ray's 1997 smash Fly. Columbia capitalised on the resulting exposure in 1998, with the singles compilation The Good, the Better, the Best of Super Cat.

Asked what happened to the deal with Columbia, Super Cat said it was simply time for him to 'move on.' "Some a dem like talk bout dem a management. As far as I am concern they should be called damagement. A nuff a dem a try exploit artiste, stifle youth and youth. I went through the same thing in Jamaica and I am not going to go down that road again. I have my own label, Wild Apache Productions, which is working out fine," he said.

About the state of local music? "A nuff man a try a thing. Can't blame them though. Super Cat has always been in his own league, never had any competition. How many of them you see anybody a try fi emulate? Look how many try fi emulate Cat - Sean Paul, Silver Cat, Junior Cat. I man don't live in anybody's shadow. Never have, never will," he said. As for Bounty Killer, whom he had earlier made some disparaging remarks against on-stage, Super Cat said: "He has no manners. I hear say him going around calling up mi name. I have never met the guy. I know Beenie Man, but I have never seen Bounty Killer in person. Him need to leave me name alone," Cat said. Pressed on how he could be certain that Bounty Killer was "calling up his name", Cat said: "Like I told you before, my fans never lie."

What does the future hold for Super Cat? "I will continue doing what I am doing", he notes. "I man continue to be blessed by Yahweh. I don't need to prove anything to anybody or have to get any honour to prove who I am. My work over the years speak for itself. Super Cat is comfortable being Super Cat. That's all that matters."

Just give peace a chance everyone. Lets all sing it together now.

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Guidance
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posted 09-05-2002 09:59 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for Guidance     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
it seems to me in light of current day events
there is a thin line between warlords
who have music as a side job
and those who when it is convenient
practice diplomacy(brute force w/white gloves) at the highest level where Nations Unite
anyway on the topic of weaponry
I remember a sweet little girl I knew
whose dad used arms legally in his daily profession
his sweet girl found his irons and while playing with it blew herself away
sad eh, now dont tell me
im shoulda dis an dat
dem tings deh a Satan machinery

now that a get that off mi chest
when is Cat gonna cut a choon

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posted 09-05-2002 01:47 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for ssmik101     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
zeus you are a little boy? Super Catt will and can make example outn of Bunty killa no one knows what they are up against or what they are facing when it comes to dealing with supercatt tell bunty fi just throw in di towell and nuh badda wid deh one ya.

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gremo
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posted 09-05-2002 02:14 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for gremo     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
ssmik I think you are giving Cat too much ratings. He is an individual like Bounty and others. Lyrically Bounty wi dun im. Physically we''ll never know until it happen if it happen. Each a dem know weh dem capable of doing. It's not about who appears to be wickeder. Nuff man a yard simple an trus mi nuh play wid dem. Remember no man no badda dan no man. If dem yute deh weh kill Hagart did fear im like how yu tink Bounty should fear Cat probably Hagart would not be where he is today.
Still big up Bounty fi a look pon di bigga picture.
From mi fren Sizzla "Bullet no tun back"

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brandish
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posted 09-05-2002 04:08 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for brandish     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
ssmik101 you talk like a little punk, you a boy wey will mek Super Cat or any other indiviual wey yu rate box yu ina yu face, diss yuh woman, diss yu mother and nothing nuh come outa a it, yu sound like some uncle tom.
mi naa boots nuh war but nuh man nuh badder than nuh man (little punk)
Bounty Killer a di wickedest dj, memba dat

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ssmik101
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posted 09-05-2002 05:37 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for ssmik101     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Brandish yu memba dis Man more dah man? If a man like super catt diss you yu haffy hold it and just cool!nothing pon earth you can do if you and supercatt have riff raff! so you and di rest a man dem weh a talk seh nuh man nuh badda dan nuh man need fi go sit down

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brandish
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posted 09-05-2002 08:04 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for brandish     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
wey yu know me from? wey yu know bout me? yuh think nuh bway diss mi caa them have a name, mi done talk to you.

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zouse
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posted 09-06-2002 11:35 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for zouse     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Yow a waste a time fi really debate bout who badda dan who Smickle,

Yuh sound like dem likkle yes man whey sex man!

So, YOU is a bad man?? Rodman or Satan?

Well my youth, nuh bad man not around here. Wi jus know sey when a pyussy like Cat jump up a talk bout 'mi have mi gun pon mi', well "mi have mi gun pon mi tuh"......

......so figure out who badda dan who..

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junior apache
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posted 10-13-2002 06:02 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for junior apache     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
greetings in his most high jah king selassie I the 1st, conquering LION of judah....

well the topic about supacat and bounty killa, excuse me!!! but what topic,

SUPACAT A DEH WIKEDEST BOMBAAAACLAAAAAT DJ,RECORDING ARTIST,PRODUCER etc.... FROM OUTTA JA. and not forgetting sound killa.

now there has been alot of spiculation on the facts of wots is said by dj to dj.

now bounty has always contaracted good, but neva has he beaten CATAROCK, now killa a u me a talk now, u did wot contaraction ???

supacat killed u with scalp dem, den, outta dem trouble, den, murdered u wiv I HEAR DEM SEH.

people all i got to say is what cat says is reality, bounty unu is a studio gangsta, i was 8yrs old when cat a mash up england, that was 86, when him and demus did cripple sound systems, and look at the man now, still making tunes, big tunes, cat a no small fries...
not forgetting cat did ram dancehall b4 a me born, killing ***** hole from dusk till dawn.

reggae muzik is one of the cleanist muziks u can get, purity, no doughty vibes come from reggae cause a we bun chi chi man business. so the people have to raspect the foundation, for it is the foundations hard work that reggae is where it is, respect to bounty killa cause we luv unu, but when u diss my dj, its bad,,,, cat a de wikedest dj eva,

RASPECT TO THE FOLLOWING

late great nico demus
late great early b
late great tenor saw
late great echo minott
late great nitty gritty
late great lee van cleef
late great loui lepke

all late greats

u roy
catarock AKA supacat AKA da wild apache
ninjaman
junior cat
jr demus
apache scratchy
u brown
gregory issac
josey wales
briggadier jerry
mumma nancy
charlie chaplin
yellowman
burro banton
CUTTY RANKS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
shabba ranks
cobra
capleton
sizzla
terror fabulous
spragga benz
ninjaford

and all the rest

long live reggae vibes

sellasie I
bless people of africa and india because a we people a go bun down vatican.

bye

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zouse
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posted 10-14-2002 12:41 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for zouse     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
bye fi real!

hey bwoy a whey yuh a duh!
how yuh fi lef out mi dj??

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shaggybear
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posted 10-14-2002 10:02 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for shaggybear     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
greetings in his most high jah king selassie I the 1st, conquering LION of judah....
well the topic about supacat and bounty killa, excuse me!!! but what topic,

SUPACAT A DEH WIKEDEST BOMBAAAACLAAAAAT DJ,RECORDING ARTIST,PRODUCER etc.... FROM OUTTA JA. and not forgetting sound killa.

greetings When will the contradictions stop. heheheheheh

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LEEVUS
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posted 11-03-2002 06:25 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for LEEVUS     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
quote:
Originally posted by ssmik101:
zeus you are a little boy? Super Catt will and can make example outn of Bunty killa no one knows what they are up against or what they are facing when it comes to dealing with supercatt tell bunty fi just throw in di towell and nuh badda wid deh one ya.

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delano
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posted 11-03-2002 09:51 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for delano     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
why Bounti insist on getting box down by every man but the pope?

Dat man is a glutton fi punishment.

I am not close to the action so who is the latest man to put Rodney in his place?

WarLord?? heh!

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