I guess it was Terminator X's BUCK WHYLIN' where she thundered "WE ARE AT WAR!" that was the most memorable and defining lyrical statement I recall, knew and loved about Sister Souljah.quote:I first remember Souljah when she was down with Public Enemy back in the day. How many of my ole heads out there remember that song "Slavery is Back in Effect"???
I was more heavily into the lyrics of X-Clan songs including ISIS and Queen Mother Rage as well as Brother J and Professor X. (And Professor Griff's album... That was one I played a lot. Being a country boy (rural actually) I can only guess what I missed in that era. I more or less had to be introduce to Hip Hop when I went to college.)
As for Sister Souljah, the title of the album says it all:360' Degrees of Power