OLDIES SUNDAY: 6 Super Cat Intl. Collabs You Haven’t Heard In A While


You know him as the Wild Indian, the Wild Apache, the Don of all Dons, but he is also known as Super Cat! One of the legendary Deejays from Jamaica, Super Cat commanded the crowd, and ruled the airwaves. Today on Oldies Sunday (we’re back after a few months), we won’t highlight the hits, as you know them well, but refresh your memory or introduce to you International singles that featured the Don Dadda. Let’s go!

Dem Nuh Worry We (Hip Hop Ragga Remix) ft. Heavy D. (1992)

Many know the original version over Dancehall production, but this Hip Hop version was a hit in the US clubs. Produced/Remixed by DJ Eddie F., the combination of Super Cat and the late Rapper/Producer Heavy D was a winner no matter what Riddim it rode! Me love mi Chicken and mi Goat well curry!

Dolly My Baby (Bad Boy Remix) ft. Mary J. Blige, 3rd Eye, Puff Daddy & Biggie Smalls (1993)

Super Cat was well respected in the Hip Hop crowd, and this remix is one of the few examples of that. Co-Produced by 3rd Eye and Puff Daddy who added verses, Mary J. Blige delivered the backing vocals and featured the debut recording of the late Biggie Smalls who was then unknown. A lot of history in one track as Mary went on to be the Queen of Hip Hop/R&B, Super Cat became a Dancehall legend, Puff Daddy went on to be one of the great Hip Hop CEOs, Biggie went on to be a legend in Hip Hop, and 3rd Eye, who was one of the first Hip Hop acts signed to Motown Records, and was argued to be the creator of the term “Bling Bling” (Lil Wayne was to argue that he coined the term in the late 90s with his single of the same name).

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Mixtape Rave With @Shanny_14


Lifestyle Blogger ShannyDeLioness is back for another week of “Mixtape Rave“! This week she serves you an array of Mixtapes she’s been feeling over the past 7 days. If you missed the 1st installment, check it out here.

  1. Yuma Sweet Summer  DJ Charlotte

DJ Charlotte is one of Trinidad & Tobago’s hottest DJs. This release coincided with the 2016 YUMA Carnival Band launch for Trinidad Carnival and it is a sweet mix indeed. The perfect confectionary of Soca, Dancehall, Hip Hop and Top 40 hits. Released 2 Months ago on her Sound Cloud, it is a favourite for me!

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  1. Dance 101 Podcast Episode 1 – DJ Puffy

Those who know me well know that I love EDM as much as I love Soca and Dancehall! Barbados’ finest (To me definitely), DJ Puffy goes in hard with this EDM mix. I literally feel like I am at Tomorrowland or some other huge EDM festival just listening to this high energy mix.

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  1. Chromatic Way – DJ Heavy D & DJ Shantonio from Chromatic

Taking it back to yard (never stray far from my roots)this time around, this mixtape showcases the talents of 2 members of one of Jamaica’s hottest Sound SystemsChromatic. This mix of some of the hottest Top 40, Hip Hop and Dancehall hits and numerous Dub samples is an eargasmic treat.

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NEW VIDEO: @ChromaticLive Presents: Chromatic Road Trip


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With their popular “Fast Life” series is on an extended vacation, the good people at Chromatic released their “Chromatic Road Trip” video. Taken place during Summer 2015, we get to see highlights of Creep, Heavy D, Shantonio, Niko and JR doing what they do best. Catch the excitement that you were a part of, or may have missed. Shot by RD Studios, Anorak Photography, Pierre Chester, Peter Thompson, and edited by Baker Steez, check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.

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NEW VIDEO: @OnstageTV Interviews @GullyBop1000 x @Gully_Chin


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The Bops were to have an amazing 2015, but as fate would have it, there had to be obstacles. From accidents to breakups to feuds, Gully Bop and Shauna Chin have a lot on their plate and here they spoke on their issues. Here Shauna spoke on her recent accident, the feud with Tony Matterhorn, and the break up with Heavy D. Gully Bop later joined in to speak about rushing to Jamaica after Shauna’s accident, rumors, Heavy D, crowning himself the “Media King“, and upcoming music and tours. With so many obstacles in their way, let’s see how quickly they can overcome them. Check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.

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PRESS RELEASE: Heavy-D Promotions Calls It Quits With @GullyBop1000


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After opening the first major platform to Gully Bop at Sting 2014 in an effort to solidify the viral sensation as a true recording artiste and performer, Heavy-D Promotions has severed all ties.

Artiste Confused Over 20% Management and Booking Fees

We collect only 20% as agreed for bookings and management. We collect 20% of the deposit and 20% of the balance, which makes it 20% of the entire amount. Bop believes we are charging 20 plus 20 to equal 40% of the total amount this is not so. He got angry in Canada as a result of not understanding and took off,” Heavy-D says.

We Care for him and want the best for him

According to Heavy-D, “Gully Bop is out of control and is making it impossible to work with. He is not listening to me, Chin or anybody else. He does not want any agent fees or expenses to be deducted from income received. Bop doesn’t understand the business at all and believes that whatever he makes is for him, his woman and to give away to poor people in the street. How the bills are gonna be paid then? There are expenses for every tour!”

Heavy-D continued to explain that he has to be working overtime to cover seriously damaging statements and actions by the artiste. He also recommends that he seeks professional help. “I wish nothing but the best for Bop. I try my best to help him and resolve all issues, but it seems to make no sense. Sometimes I feel like we have another Whitney Houston case on our hands. Bop needs rehab and this is no joke. I have my lawyer and accountant working out all unfinished business at this point.”

Heavy-D Promotions would like to assure all promoters and the public that all engagements booked should be honored as all deposits have already been paid over to his fiancée`, Miss Shauna Chin. “Every show we book we take our agent fees and pay over the balance to Chin so all shows should be still on. She is also in a very sticky position, but I understand that she have to stand beside him cause they live together right now. He must cease and desist from making all damaging remarks as legal action will be taken

Dropping on August 8…

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NEW MUSIC: @FiveSteez – Deadly


artworks-000085865624-nwqy3f-t500x500With a splash of old school Reggae and Hip Hop comes a new tune from top Jamaican Rapper, Five Steez. Titled “Deadly” and produced by DJ Crooks, Steez brought his lyrical gun to the fight here. Here he spoke on being deadly with his flow, aiming to outshine whoever he spars with, representing the “First Coast” and showing respect to legendary Rappers who were born in Jamaica like Bushwick Bill, Chubb Rock, and Heavy D. What a way to start off the buzz for his upcoming “These Kingston Times” project. This is sure to get lots of spins and people excited with the blend of new school Hip Hop and old school Reggae sounds. Five Steez’sThese Kingston Times” goes online on October 14. Check out the track below and share your thoughts in the comments section.

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