Soul sonic force

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With Cosmic Force, the Soul Sonics were part of Afrika Bambaataa’s ever-expanding Zulu Nation enclave. Alongside scratch DJ Jazzy Jay, Pow Wow and G.L.O.B.E., they featured rapper Mr Biggs, who had been working with Bambaataa as far back as 1974. Pow Wow, in turn, had a hand in producing ‘Planet Rock’, while G.L.O.B.E. was responsible for patenting the ‘MC popping’ technique, a description he preferred to rapping, which saw him dropping in and out of rhymes at short notice, producing an effect not unlike a faulty microphone. He was also responsible for may of the group’s lyrics. He had met Bambaataa while he was attending Bronx River High School, and was already friends with Pow Wow, who had perfected his rapping skills in nearby parks. Soul Sonic Force began as a nine-piece affair, which MC’s gradually dropping out, including Lisa Lee who would remain with Bambaataa as part of Cosmic Force. In tandem with their mentor they would appear on four hugely influential singles, ‘Zulu Nation Throwdown Part 2’, ‘Planet Rock’, ‘Looking For The Perfect Beat’ and ‘Renegades Of Funk’. Their impetus was interrupted in 1983 when both Mr Biggs and Pow Wow were convicted for armed robbery. When Bambaataa resurrected the name again in 1991 for Return To Planet Rock, it was merely a disguise for the Jungle Brothers.

Afrika Bambaataa & Soulsonic Force
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New York City, New York, United States


Hip hop, electro

Years active



Tommy Boy/Warner Bros., The Perfect Beat/Hot Productions, Inc.

Past members

Afrika Bambaataa & Soulsonic Force was an American hip hop group from New York City, New York. Led by DJ Afrika Bambaataa, the group helped to establish hip hop music as a genre in the early 1980s with songs such as "Planet Rock". They were also influential in the birth of the electro movement in America, as well as modern dance music styles such as electro-funk and the entire Miami bass scene.


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Soulsonic Force

American electrofunk/hip hop group

Musical artist

Soulsonic Force (also referred to as Afrika Bambaataa & Soulsonic Force) is an American electro-funk and hip hop ensemble led by Afrika Bambaataa who helped establish hip-hop in the early 1980s with songs such as "Planet Rock". They were also influential in the birth of the electro movement in America and helped pave the way for modern dance music styles such as electro-funk as well as the entire Miami bass scene.

In 1982, Soulsonic Force and Afrika Bambaataa released a single "Planet Rock". The song borrowed musical motifs from German electro-pop, British rock and African-American disco rap. All the different elements and musical styles were blended together; and in doing so, offered hip hop as a new vision for global harmony. The song became an immediate hit and stormed the music charts worldwide.[1]

Their most well-known songs are "Planet Rock", "Looking for the Perfect Beat" and "Renegades of Funk" (which is one of the earliest political-conscious rap songs, alongside Grandmaster Flash & the Furious Five's "The Message").

Soulsonic Force features on the title track of the Freestylers' debut album, We Rock Hard.






Deeper into your mouth. I hold your head tight. Ill finish soon.

Sonic force soul

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The waist - by the waist and below, by the elastic.


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And feel how it grows and pulsates in your mouth. and wants to fill it to the brim. Do you like it when a man puts sperm in your mouth. and calls you obscene. and you will drink up to a gram of nothing without spilling.

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