On this day in Hip-Hop history, Sister Souljah released her solo album 360 Degrees of Power.
On this day in 1992, onetime member of Public Enemy, Sister Souljah, released her album 360 Degrees of Power on Epic. The album was produced by the Bomb Squad. Guest artists featured on the set included Ras Baraka, Chuck D, and Ice Cube.
360 Degrees of Power produced the cuts "Killing Me Softly: Deadly Code of Silence," and "State of Accommodation: Why Aren't You Angry." The revolutionary album reached #72 on the R&B chart.
Also on this day...
1998 - C-Murder released his debut album Life or Death on No Limit Records.
1998 - Puff Daddy released the single "Victory" featuring The Notorious B.I.G. and Busta Rhymes.
2006 - Professor X of X Clan passed away.
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