Super Cat is back! The reggae/dancehall legend who is also called Don Dadda and Wild Apache has made his return with a powerful track titled 'Push Time'. The Don Dadda released 'Push Time' yesterday (Sept. 3), much to the excitement of some notable names in the music industry, and fans of his.
The record opens with the voice of a female radio broadcaster reporting on the current state of crime in an unnamed city believed to be in New York. Wild Apache then entered with his signature toasting at the beginning of the track. "Gone up the river gone go spend big time/ Gone up the river gone go push big time/ Gone up the river gone go pay fi crime/ Gone up the river gone go push big time," he sings in the chorus.
On the track, Super Cat addressed varying issues, including the ongoing state of affairs in relation to systemic racism and the protest for equality in the United States. 'Push Time' arrived alongside befitting visuals. In the visuals, several clips of protests across the US can be seen as Super Cat sings about the injustice people of the ghetto are faced with.
'Push Time' was produced by Salaam Remi who is known to have worked with Nas, Fugees, Amy Winehouse, Miguel, among other established artists. It will appear on Remi's 'Black On Purpose' LP, slated to be released soon.