Super Cat (born William Maragh in Kingston, Jamaica, 1963) is the originator of the late 1980s and early 1990s dancehall movement. Super Cat was born in Jamaica and was nicknamed Wild Apache. His nickname, the “Wild Apache” was given to him by his mentor Early B. He is the elder brother of reggae star Junior Cat.
Super Cat, a.k.a. Don Dada, a.k.a. the Wild Apache, came roaring out of Jamaica in the 1980s, blazing a new trail through the dancehall reggae scene with hits like “Ghetto Red Hot,” “Nuff Man A Dead,” “Boops,” and “Dolly My Baby.” One of the first Jamaican deejays to break through the U.S. market.