William Maragh a.k.a. Super Cat, caught up with Barry G live on air in Jamaica. Barry G got Cat live on the phone in New York as he was hanging out with his manager Earlton. Cat started out by acknowledging the greats who had passed on in the form of Bob Marley, Peter Tosh and Garnet Silk, who passed this time in 1994.
The D.J. who also goes by the name 'Wild Apache' reminisced about the music and about the role Barry G and David Rodigan played in the music. He spoke to sharing stage on Sting with Ninja Man and others and rising to the occasion. Super Cat says he will be in Jamaica shortly and alluded to the fact that patrons should look out for his performance on Sting 2013. This was the DJ's first interview in Jamaica in a dozen years and when he performs on Boxing day, it will be for the first time in a dozen years.
'Cat' released hit singles 'Si Boops Deh', 'Cry Fi Di Youth', 'Sweets for My Sweet', 'Dolly My Baby', 'Wild Apache', 'Don Dadda' 'Ghetto Red Hot', 'Dem Nuh Worry We' in the late eighties and early nineties. In 1992 signed to Columbia Records, he released the album 'Don Dadda' and in 1993 on Sony Music he released 'the good, the bad, the ugly and the crazy' with his brother Junior Cat, Junior Demus and Nicodemus.
Hardcore and unapologetic, the wild apache 'Super Cat' with the mic as his tool and the stage as his school, is sometimes conscious, militant to a fault and 100% controversial.