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Super Cat takes spotlight at reggae show

Published: 
Friday, May 9, 2014
The crowd at Reggae on the Bay was thoroughly surprised to see local dancehall singer General Grant, left, onstage with Super Cat at Reggae on the Bay.

Jamaican dancehall legend Super Cat was the headline act at Reggae on The Bay 3 at the O2 Park on May 4. 
The event which is drawing larger and larger audiences every year also featured British reggae crooner Maxi Priest and reggae band Midnite from the Virgin Islands. 
Super Cat, whose real name is William Maragh took fans on a musical journey as he sang some of his popular hits including Si Boops Deh, Don Dada, Ghetto Red Hot and Dolly My Baby. 
Maxi Priest, who is no stranger to T&T audiences, also made his fans happy with some of his classics, including Close to You. Reggae on the Bay 3 also featured some of T&T upcoming dancehall acts like Bucha, Kushite, Jah Defender and the Mystic Element Band.

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