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Brent M Faulkner Brent M Faulkner
July 27th, 2014 10:00am EDT
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Rap IS the gift that keeps giving.  Why? Well, for every rap song not filled with filth, there are numerous others that are.  A previous list, 20 Dirty Rap Songs, just couldn’t do justice all by itself for all the dirty, risqué songs within the hip-hop hemisphere.  So, here are 20 More of the dirtiest rap songs!

1) Khia, “My Neck, My Back (Lick It)”

from Thug Misses (2002)

 Khia, Thug Misses © Indieblu Music

An omission from the original list, Khia’s “My Neck, My Back (Lick It)” makes Missy Elliott’s “Work It” sound angelic. “My neck, my back / lick my p***y and my crack,” Khia spits on the cringe-worthy hook.  It gets worse – in an X-rated sort of way. 

 

2) Mystikal, “Shake Ya A**”/"Shake It Fast" 

from Let’s Get Ready (2000)

 Mystikal ~ ~ ~ © Sony BMG

“Shake ya a**, show me what you working with.” Geez! Mystikal leaves little to the imagination on the brash cut.  Note: The amended version ("Shake It Fast") tones down the misogynistic cut...somewhat.  

 

3) 2 Live Crew, “Me So Horny”

from As Nasty as I Wanna Be (1989)

2 Live Crew, As Nasty As They Wanna Be © Lil Joe Records 

“Ah! Me so horny! / Me love you long time!” The lyric speaks for itself.  “Me So Horny” exemplifies its title through unapologetic lyrics.  “I’m like a dog in heat, a freak without warning.”  A least 2 Live Crew is honest about sexual urges.  

 

4) Juvenile featuring Soulja Slim, “Slow Motion”

from Juve the Great (2003)

 8th Annual BET Hip Hop Awards Boisfeuillet Jones Atlanta Civic Center Atlanta, GA, USA 09/28/2013 © Aaron J. Thornton / PR Photos

“Slow Motion,” doesn’t sound raunchy, but don’t let the title of the #1 hit fool you. “Uh, I like it like that she working that back / I don’t know how to act / slow motion for me, slow motion for me.”  It only grows in is sexed-up graphicness.

 

5) Waka Flocka Flame featuring Roscoe Dash & Wale, “No Hands”

from Flockavelli (2010)

B B Kings Bar and Grill Presents Waka Flaka and Guests NYC 01/28/2014 © WENN 

“I sling that wood, I just Nunchuk ‘em.” To answer the unsaid question, NO, Waka Flocka Flame isn’t referring to literal nunchuks. Also consider the song title: “No Hands” Take it as hint, adding two and two together. “Girl drop it to the floor, I love the way your booty go…”

6) Ludacris featuring Trey Song, “Sex Room”

from Battle of the Sexes (2010)

 BET Honors 2014 - Arrivals The Warner Theater Washington, DC, USA 02/08/2014 © Aaron J. Thornton / PR Photos

“Get ready for blast-off, waterfalls gon’ splash off.” SMH! Ludacris and Trey Songz definitely make an oversexed team.  “Sex Room” is yet another lascivious Ludacris moment: “And when your body gets hot it’ll get licked up, and iced down…”

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