Monday, November 06, 2006

Dancehall Joints: Super Cat "Ghetto Red Hot"

I suppose saying Super Cat was your introduction to Dance Hall is like saying MC Solaar was your intro to French hip-hop; you gotta start somewhere. This record dropped in that golden year ('92) and was the first "must-have" dancehall cut I heard. From my perspective at least, this was the record that got the whole hip-hip/dancehall scene jumping off:


Super Cat "Ghetto Red Hot" 12"
or
(Z-share link)


Skip directly to the "Ghetto Red Hot" hip-hop remix, if you don't already know. It's arranged by Bobby Konders and Salaam Remi; anything Salaam Remi took part of in the early 90's is vintage. The beat bounces (but hits with a wicked snare) over that sample you've definately heard before as Super Cat's chattering is at its best. On the flip side there's a hip-hop remix of Don Dada as well, but it doesn't come off quite as hard as "Ghetto Red Hot."

Includes "Ghetto Red Hot" (vocal, instrumental, and hip-hop remix) and "Don Dada" (hip-hop remix and instrumental).

6 Comments:

Blogger Andyman187 said...

I have the instrumental for the Ghetto Red Hot Hip Hop Mix n will up it later..

2:14 PM  
Blogger tonysunshine said...

Nice vinyl right here. You got your hands on the dem no worry we vls?? Thats a good complement to this one.

4:28 PM  
Blogger travis said...

Whooo hooo! Been wanting this again forever. I bought the cassette single back in the day.

12:59 PM  
Blogger DJ Kool JB said...

link is dead

12:39 PM  
Blogger tars said...

Daam! Is there any way you can upload this track again? I've been looking everywhere for this but had no luck. Anyways, if you can that would be much appreciated! Thanks,
peace

4:40 PM  
Blogger Vince Burns said...

Can somebody reup this please

1:38 PM  

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