Songs to Inspire and Uplift Black Women

April 29, 2011  |  

Bilal “Soul Sista”

“You are so fine, like spaces that fall in my soul/see baby that has no rhyme/do you like how it feels when I smoke you out, head down to your toes?/Making you, making you scream and shout/You must be my soul sista, soul sista, you’re my…”

“Soul Sista,” not “Soul Sister.” You might be thinking about that other song by that one group of white men, but there’s no mistaking the smooth vibes you get the minute this joint comes on. A slow beat accented by whining acoustics and the Hot straining vocals of Bilal (sometimes inaudible) , “Soul Sista” is a dedication to the love of a good black woman. And you know we give good love, am I right!? Exactly. And it takes an extra special love to have a man begging to “Love you in the right way…”

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