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Album Review

The Fault Is History is the debut Warner Bros. release for the brother/sister trio known as Souljahz (pronounced soldiers). The disc starts out with a huge bang: the cut "Let Go" has an Uncle Kracker-meets-hip-hop vibe. The tune pinnacles with a powerful chorus swirling around sassy vocal improvisations by Rachel Washington, while her brothers, Josh'u and Je'kob, lay down a bevy of impressive raps. When the band is funky they fire on all cylinders ("Jubilee"), and when they break down vocally and deliver the goods on cuts like "Reflection," they rock as well. Credit have to be given to Rachel, who flows with the raps as well as her male siblings. What the band manages to do on the disc is weave hip-hop, rap, and vocal style in a disc that doesn't sound forced, but flows like a good rhyme.

Biography

Genre: Christian & Gospel

Years Active: '00s

Siblings Rachel Washington, Joshu'a Washington, and Je'Kob Washington became Souljahz after blending the concept of being soldiers for Christ with Jah, the Hebrew word for God. In the mid-'90s, the trio began to perform its upbeat blend of hip-hop, urban soul, and pop at churches throughout its native San Diego. Showcases, strong word of mouth, and a self-produced 1999 CD led to a deal with Warner Bros., who released the group's proper debut in August 2002. The Fault Is History showcased the group's...
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