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360 Degrees of Power
Studio album by Sister Souljah
Released March 17, 1992
Recorded 1991
Genre Hip-hop
Political hip hop
Length 46:29
Label Epic/SME Records
EK 48713 (North America)
469483 (international)
Producer The LG Experience
Street Element
Professional reviews

360 Degrees of Power is the only album by female emcee Sister Souljah, released in 1992 on Epic/SME Records. The album was met with heavy criticism, not only for its performances—most of which were angry spoken-word tirades that Souljah screamed rather than traditional hip-hop rhymes—but also because of its controversial lyrics. The two singles and music videos, "The Hate that Hate Produced" and "The Final Solution: Slavery's Back in Effect," were banned by MTV because of their inflammatory language and imagery. The album made it to #72 on the Top R&B/Hip Hop album chart, selling a mere 27,000 copies. Guest appearances were made by Chuck D and Ice Cube. One track, "Wild Buck Beer," a fictional commercial for a malt liquor, features an appearance by an anonymous artist under the moniker MC Just Want to Get Paid.

Track listing

  1. "African Scaredy Katz in a One-Exit Maze"
  2. "360 Degrees of Power"
  3. "The Hate that Hate Produced"
  4. "State of Accommodation: Why Aren't You Angry"
  5. "Nigga's Gotta"
  6. "Wild Buck Beer"
  7. "The Final Solution: Slavery's Back in Effect"
  8. "Killing Me Softly: Deadly Code of Silence"
  9. "Umbilical Cord to the Future"
  10. "The Tom Selloutkin Show"
  11. "Brainteasers and Doubtbusters"
  12. "My God is a Powerful God"
  13. "Survival Handbook vs. Global Extinction"


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