If we’ve learned one thing during the course of the last year or so, it’s that butts are back—and with them the resurrection of a the booty song. While some critics have commented that a healthy backside never really went anywhere, we respectfully disagree. To wit: There once was a time when Jennifer Lopez‘s most defining feature was her shapely butt.

Throughout the late ’90s and early 2000s, Lopez was an enigma in a world of stick-skinny models and actresses, causing critics and the public alike to gawk like she was some sort of mystical creature whose derriere was a thing of wonder. But somewhere around the mid-aughts, ultra-thin became the norm in Hollywood again, and it seemed that J.Lo’s booty went the way of Juicy tracksuits. Then in 2007 a girl named Kim Kardashian appeared on the scene, and the topic of celebrity butts was once again at the forefront.

Now, a decade later, it’s at an all-time high, with everyone in Hollywood tripping over themselves to prove that they have the biggest, roundest, sexiest ass. Even J.Lo’s back on the butt train, trying semi-desperately to steal back her title, having launched a not-subtle single called “Booty,” and promoted it with—what else?—a photo of her own backside.

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But there’s a long history of moneymakers being idolized in song—from Queen’s 1976 hit “Fat-Bottomed Girls” to 1992’s defining ass anthem “Baby Got Back”—so we decided to do a deep-dive into music’s vast booty-themed catalog and come up with a ranking of the 25 best songs about butts.

25. “Anaconda” Nicki Minaj

When Nicki first appeared on the music scene, her rap skills were bananas (if you haven’t heard her ferocious verse in Kanye West‘s 2010 “Monster,” seek it out, stat), but it’s safe to say that her lyrics have declined. Not that we don’t love a good lettuce reference, but “he tossed my salad so good we be calling him romaine” is maybe less than brilliant.

24. “U and Dat” E-40 Ft. T-Pain and Khandi

Most of 2006 was spend tryna to get to yooouuuuuuuuuu and that booty.

23. “Shake That” by Eminem ft. Nate Dogg

There’s the stuff that made Eminem interesting, then there’s stuff like this. It’s a forgettable party track, but it gets points for featuring the ever-smooth Dogg (RIP.)

22. “Booty” Jennifer Lopez ft. Iggy Azalea

All the ingredients for a perfect pop song: Catchy, sexy, a little desperate.

21. “Salt Shaker” Ying Yang Twins Ft. Lil John and the East Side Boyz

God bless the Dirty South.

20. “Shake Your Rump” Beastie Boyz

If anyone doubts the inventiveness of the Beastie Boyz lyrics, Google this song.

19. “2 Much Booty (In da Pants),” Soundmaster T

If you were listening to pop radio in 1994, you’ve probably still got “DANCE! Too much booty in the pants!” in your head.

18. “Tush” Ghostface Killah Ft. Missy Elliot

If it sounds familiar, it’s because it was censored and played on the radio in 2003 as “Push.” Not surprising considering its crowning lyrics include “tush, tush, tush/Wanna slide in the bush, bush, bush?/I’m on top, you like push, push, push/Keep it low like shush, shush, shush.

17. “Honky Tonk Badonkadonk” Trace Adkins

We realize this 2004 country track isn’t exactly good, per se, but we’d be remiss to not include it simply for the fact that its ringtone alone received more than 75,000 downloads and there’s a European compilation album built around various mixes of the song.

16. “Pull Over” Trina

Early-aughts rapper Trina was deemed “as nasty as Lil’ Kim used to be” when her album “Da Baddest Bitch” dropped in 2000, and this song pretty much proves it. Trina might have faded away after one album, but this jet ski-heavy video lives on.

15. “All About That Bass” Meghan Trainor

We know the retro-tinged earworm is about having a big ass, but it’s safe to say nobody knows what being all about bass really means. Let us help: “You know how the bass guitar in a song is like its ‘thickness,’ the ‘bottom’? I kind of related a body to that,” Trainor told Billboard. We assume that means the treble is a lightweight.

MORE: Definitive Proof That Jennifer Lopez Never Ages

The song that sparked shorties everywhere to get ‘dem Apple Bottom jeans. And boots with the fur. And Reeboks with the strap.

13. “Culo” Pitbull ft. Lil John

Before Mr. Worldwide exclusively dressed like an extra from “Scarface,” he bopped around Miami in tank tops, bellowing “CULO!!!” Suffice it to say, you need not be a linguist to know what that means.

12. “Bubble Butt” Major Lazer ft. 2 Chainz, Bruno Mars, Tyga and Mystic

An all-star lineup spewing some of pop music’s most profound lyrics. Behold:

Bubble butt, bubble, bubble, bubble butt
Bubble butt, bubble, bubble, bubble butt
Turn around, stick it out, show the world what you got a
Bubble butt, bubble, bubble, bubble butt
Bubble butt, bubble, bubble, bubble butt
Bubble butt, bubble, bubble, bubble butt
Turn around, stick it out, show the world you got it!

11. “Big Ole Butt” LL Cool J

This story has everything: Milkshakes, the mall, shrimp and steak at Red Lobster, bamboo earrings, pipin’ hot pizza, and a hoe named Tina who has a BOB.

10. (Shake Shake Shake) Shake Your Booty” KC and the Sunshine Band

This 1976 confection was considered controversial when it came out, thanks to randy lyrics that include “shake shake shake/shake shake shake/shake your booty.” A testament to its longevity: It’s still played at every catering hall wedding, ’70s theme party, and bar mitzvah in America.

9. “My Humps” The Black-Eyed Peas

Arguably the song that put Fergie’s lovely lady lumps on the map.

8. “Back Dat Ass Up” Juvenile

His name kind of says it all, but we still dig this 1998 banger.

7. “Bonita Applebum” A Tribe Called Quest

Granted, this classic isn’t about butts, per se, but we’re giving it a spot because of its title. And because it’s awesome.

6. “Ms. Fat Booty” Mos Def

Arguably the smoothest song about butts ever written.

5. “Fat Bottomed Girls” Queen

Freddie Mercury and the gang made waves with their 1976 celebration of curves.

4. “Bootylicious” Destiny’s Child

You know the story: This song’s immense popularity causes it to be added to the Oxford English Dictionary in 2004.

3. “Rumpshaker” Wrex-n-Effects

As soon as people heard that first saxophone lick (sampled from 1972’s “Darkest Light” by Lafayette Afro Rock Band) they were hooked on 1992’s now-classic. Fun fact: The second verse was written by a young Pharrell Williams.

2. “Baby Got Back” Sir Mix-a-Lot

Oh. My. God Becky, we know this song normally ends up at number one on lists like these, and while it was groundbreaking in its own way, there’s no doubt it’s become a parody of itself, thanks to a Glee cover and an ad campaign for Charmin toilet paper that showcases an animated bear rocking out to the original song.

1. “The Thong Song” Sisqo

We herby declare this absolutely ridiculous song number one on our list, thanks to its creative use of strings (performed by violinist Bruce Dukov, believe it or not), it’s early-aughts benchmarks (Sisqo’s bleached hair, belly button tattoo, flowy all-white outfit, fingerless gloves on the beach), agile gymnastics moves, and the fact that the entire world was trumpeting “THONG-THA-THONG-THONG-THONG” with straight faces as we rung in the millennium.

Originally published January 2015. Updated June 2017.

13 Songs About Butts

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Ahh, the butt. The behind. The hindquarters. The posterior. The bootay. The backside mound. The pants pillows. The leg hams. The toilet launcher. Whatever your definition of your round rear ribald reverie, music is the true art form with which to express one’s admiration. For your enjoyment, here are 13 musical odes to your glorious gluteus.

Shit.Ass – Giant Butt

To start things off, let’s keep it simple. This is a song about a giant butt. They tag themselves as the best band in the universe. They kinda sound like Danzig. They’re from Sweden and/or Norway. I withhold all judgement.

Butt – It’s Butt!

The song title is right in the lyrics, so hey they know their audience. “It’s Butt, comin’ atcha like a radio star! It’s Butt, crashin’ cheap planes & fancy cars!” Presumably they made this song as an attempt to mythologize their band, à la Bad Company’s Bad Company, with only their four chords and the blazing hot St Louis, MO music scene to spur them on.

Butt – Office

Possibly the only entry on this list to credit a golden retriever named Elvis. Surprising lack of butt-related content, given that they could have woven an intricate narrative about what happens to the average human butt in an office environment: rapid growth, heavy compression, being stared at by colleagues, being clamped shut after the team lunch at the local Tex Mex place, etc.

Butts – Butts EP

Good-time hangout girl rock to break up the typical sausage fest of smelly dudes writing songs about butts. Sounds like the whole thing was recorded in one take in a garage, probably with beers everywhere. Prime lyrics: “We’re Butts. Shut up.” Also includes tracks Panty Exchange and Alcohol.

Dabutt – Your Brain On (Good) Drugs

I think this is background music to a fail compilation video somewhere. Don’t worry though you guys, eventually they’re going to bundle these songs into an album. Thank the great good fuck for that.

Dead Fox Morning – Butts

Demo-quality indie/garage rock. Possibly about butts, though I can’t be sure because I honestly didn’t listen for that long due to the complete lack of blastbeats. Fuck that shit. Blastbeats or GTFO. How much better would this song be with blastbeats? How much better would it be with blastbeats and some butt lyrics? Holy shit.

ayy lmao – Butts

Random-ass sound pasting motherfuckery. Probably gonna be popular with a bunch of you commenting nerds due to the “ayy lmao” name because memes are a plague and you are all infected. If you want to survive The Great Cleansing, get out now because I’ve loaded up Disqus up with six tons of TNT. I mean… stay and comment please. You are in no danger of detonation.

Joe Arias – butt2

A guy experimenting with cool retro synth sounds in the hopes of one day making it to the hallowed halls of the glorious Drive Radio (probably). Good luck dude, but next time if you’re gonna call your album “butt2” you’d BETTER INCLUDE MORE GODDAMN BUTT STUFF. Seriously though check out that Drive Radio link, it’s badass and they do John Carpenter-esque darkwave stuff on Mondays.

Mile Me Deaf – B.U.T.T.

From the home of a supremely badass Krampuslauf comes 58 seconds of schnapps-fueled meandering Austrian drum machine dick-slappery. I don’t speak Austrio/Germanian so I can’t discern either the oversaturation or complete lack of butt-related lyrics. At worst, it’s 58 seconds of non-butt content. At best, it’s about getting whipped in the ass by a drunken Krampus.

Jiblit Dupree – Butt

Fucking pointless.

Pancake Productions – Butt-Ass Disaster

Like if Tom Waits sung two octaves higher and sucked horribly. And his wife was in the band. And they were both on meth and had a thing for pancakes and ass.

Has Changed – Butt

From Chesapeake, VA comes the only (finally!) metal entry on this list. You know he’s metal because he’s eating a sandwich off a car roof. The things you gotta do on tour, man. I feel ya. Also fuck off for the total lack of butt lyrics. However, the track listing for the album is as follows: 1) i 2) forgot 3) all 4) of 5) the 6) song 7) titles 8) butt 9) here 10) you 11) go.

manchildtrollhair – BUTT

Finally, we close on a high note. Allow me to quote these most brilliant, haunting lyrics for you filthy uneducated peasants who can’t possibly comprehend the genius you’re faced with without it being in animated gif form. Just let the words wash over you and do your best to wade through the sky-high IQ of a man who can pen the following linguistic beauty. Ahem… “Yeeeaaaaahhh! Your butt your butt your stupid butt your stinky smelly poopy butt. Your butt. My dick. Dump. Butthead. Stupid butt. Butt. Dump. Yeeeaaaaahhh!” *applauds, sheds single tear*

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Stuffy Old Songs About the Buttocks

Unsorted Genres

  • E.U. – “Da Butt”
  • Queen – “Fat-Bottomed Girls”
  • Sir Mix-a-Lot – “Baby Got Back”. (pictured) Pretty much the quintessential example, with anytime the topic coming up during an online discussion there’s a 90% chance this particular song will be quoted/linked to at some point. Sir Mix-a-Lot himself later clarified that the song was inspired by Jennifer Lopez as she appeared on In Living Color!.
    • And then Jonathan Coulton did a cover of it which turned it from an aggressive hip hop song into a gentle folk rhythm that is also a love ode to the callipygian figure.
    • And of course, Richard Cheese also did a cover that converted it to a Lounge Lizard rendition.
  • Nicki Minaj sampled “Baby Got Back” for her own song “Anaconda”, which is from the perspective of the woman who has the buttocks in question.
  • Wreckx-n-Effect – “Rump Shaker”
  • Kelis – “Milkshake”
  • “What What (in the Butt)” by Samwell plays with the trope somewhat, as it’s about the male butt…
  • Inverted with Mozart’s “Leck mich im Arsch” (lit. “Lick Me In the Ass”, equivalent to “Kiss My Ass.”)
    • Wolfie followed that up with “Lick My Ass Right Well And Clean”.
    • And then there’s pseudo-latin “Difficile lectu”.
  • Also inverted with Mylène Farmer’s “Pourvu qu’elles soient douces” (“As Long As They’re Sweet”).
  • Groove Armada – “I See You Baby” (“Shakin’ that ass” is edited to “shakin’ that thing” in the radio version)
  • Beastie Boys – “Shake Your Rump”.
    • “Professor, what’s another word for pirate treasure?” “Well I think it’s booty! B-booty! B-b-b-b-booty! Yep, that’s what it is!” – “Professor Booty”
  • R. Kelly – “Feelin’ On Your Booty”
  • There is a song which pretends (poorly) to be about coping with rationing in wartime named “Please Leave My Butter Alone”, in which the singer laments the fact that everyone keeps pinching her butter.
  • 2 Live Crew – “Face Down Ass Up”
  • LL Cool J – “Big Ole Butt”
  • The Black Eyed Peas – “My Humps”: A song about a woman who uses her breasts and buttocks to get what she wants.
  • P. Diddy, Murphy Lee and Nelly – “Shake Your Tailfeather”
  • Trace Adkins – “Honky Tonk Badonkadonk”
  • Tyler Dean – “Built for Blue Jeans”
  • Ludacris – “Money Maker”
  • Justin Moore’s “Back That Thing Up” is a subversion. At first, it sounds like a clone of “Badonkadonk”, until he gets to the line “Ain’t no time to play today, no rollin’ in the hay”, which makes it clear that the song really is about her “backing up” the truck.
  • Fast Ryde – “That Thang”. Da dang dang dang.
  • Flo Rida’s “Low”.
  • “I Like Your Booty (But I’m Not Gay)” from the Aqua Teen Hunger Force movie soundtrack.
  • Eminem:
    • “Ass Like That”. In a bizarre Indian accent, too.
    • “Shake That”, featuring Nate Dogg, more famously known as half of the “You reposted in the wrong neighborhood” mashup (the other half is Casin’ by Glue 70).
  • Not a love song in the slightest, but Benjamin Carignan’s The Song About That One Part of the Body is a one-and-a-half a cappella piece which, um, just listen.
  • E-Dubb- “Whooty,” focusing on white girls.
  • Here Come the Mummies – “Booty” Can I get some sweetness?
  • Bubba Sparxxx’s “Ms. New Booty”, which is also a mashup magnet.
  • Mystikal’s “Shake Ya Ass” alternatively known as “Shake It Fast” when edited.
  • X Japan: Stab Me In The Back. A bit different from the usual of its time, being Ho Yay about the pleasure of man on man sex.

  • “Big Booty Bitches” eptomizes this trope.
  • ZZ Top- “Tush”. Apparently in Texas tush also means good enough.
  • Thomas Howard (with DJ Potatoe) – “Girlz Buttz”
  • Soulja Boy’s “Donk” and “Booty Got Swag”.
  • Lene Nystrom’s “It’s Your Duty (To Shake That Booty)”
  • In Brazil, axé music was labeled “Bunda Music” (“Butt Music”) due to having many songs about this, most notably the “Booty Dance”… and the simple fact that many bands were successful because of their sexy dancers.
  • “Back That Ass Up” by Juvenile.
  • E-40’s “U And Dat.”
  • A hurricane of Double Entendres in Benny Bell’s “Everybody Wants My Fanny”.
  • Destiny’s Child made “Bootylicious” a legitimate word in the dictionary.
  • When Willie Dixon first wrote “Back Door Man” for Howlin’ Wolf, the sneaky metaphor was simple enough. By the time The Doors got a crack at the song, the title phrase had acquired additional heft. Don’t ask about the lines regarding gustatory preferences.
  • Before Eddie Murphy was among those actors (Bruce Willis, John Belushi and William Shatner, etc.) who attempted to demonstrate legit singing talent for the pop charts — he probably hopes we’ve forgotten about that — his first comedy album included the deliberately goofy “Boogie in Your Butt”. The lyrics read like a list of emergency-room horror stories.
  • Sisqo’s “Thong Song”, which also has a bit of foot fetishism towards the end.
  • “Whoot There It Is” by 95 South (which, incidentally, is older than the more famous Tag Team hit “Whoomp There It Is”).
  • “Shake That Ass Bitch” by Splack Pack.
  • If you’ve heard the theme for wrestler Badd Ass Billy Gunn/Mr. Ass and don’t think it fits, you probably never heard the second verse.
  • Anything the mid-90s dance rap group The Outhere Brothers have ever done. Most notably “Don’t Stop (Wiggle Wiggle)”, “Boom Boom Boom”, and especially “I Wanna Fuck You In The Ass”.
  • Grace Jones’ “Pull Up To The Bumper” definitely fits. And so does the limousine she wants driven in between her bumper.
  • Tim Cavanagh’s novelty song “I Wanna Kiss Her” is jammed with derriere-related puns and wordplay. I wanna kiss her butt… she won’t let me.
    I wanna whisper sweet nothin’s in her (r)ear.
    I wanna hold her behind… closed doors and more.
    I wanna kiss her butt… she won’t let me.
  • “Country Girl (Shake It for Me)” by Luke Bryan.
  • The Limeliters “Vikki Dougan” (NSFW picture)
  • Mel McDaniel’s classic country ditty “Baby’s Got Her Blue Jeans On” chronicles a lady who, when wearing blue jeans, never fails to stop traffic.
  • Conway Twitty, also in the classic country genre, sings of a woman in “Tight Fittin’ Jeans” who attracts much attention.
  • Another country song by T. Graham Brown, “Brilliant Conversationalist” celebrates yet another blue-jean-clad country sweetheart who “lets her walkin’ do the talkin'”: I spent the whole night watching her
    She had me hanging on her every word
    I walked her home, one step behind
    She let me know what she had in mind
  • Super Bass by Nicki Minaj. See what she did there?
  • “Dance A$$” by Big Sean feat. Nicki Minaj is this in spades.
  • Big Sean’s guest verse on Kanye West’s “Mercy”. Drop it to the floor, make that ass shake
    Make the ground move, that’s an ass-quake
    Build a house up on that ass, that’s an ass-tate
    Roll my weed on it, that’s an ass-tray
  • “I Like It” by Foxy Shazam. Guess what “it” is.
  • “The Bum Song” by Australian djs Tommy Trash and Tom Piper. The lyrics are quite simple…
  • “Erdbeben” (Earthquake) by Fettes Brot.
  • “No Hands” and “Round Of Applause” by Waka Flocka Flame.
  • “Hypnotized” by Plies feat. Akon. Just guess what they’re hypnotized by.
  • Auto Tune The News had “Struttin’ That Ass”
  • Heavily implied by Taj Mahal’s “Big-Legged Mamas Are Back in Style Again”
  • “Cadillac Hips” by garage rockers Soledad Brothers. See, Cadillacs are known for being quite large…
  • Bride of Frankenstein star and diseuse Elsa Lanchester astonishingly had three of these: “I’m Glad To See Your Back”, “My New York Slip”, and “Linda And Her Londonderry Air”.
  • “Bubble Butt” by Major Lazer featuring Bruno Mars, 2 Chainz, Tyga & Mystic. Taken to the extreme in the video (NSFW!!!) directed by Eric Wareheim.
  • “Good Googly Moogly” by Project Pat.
  • “Booty Work” by T-Pain.
  • “Dem Jeans” by Chingy. Damn, girl, how you get all of that?
  • “Shake Your Euphemism” by Blue Man Group, a hilarious list song for numerous, often absurd, names for the human posterior.
  • Not entirely, but “Nasty Mouth” by Attila has quite a few sections that qualify.
  • “Coolo” by Illya Kuryaki and the Valderramas. The video is quite famous for having the small person entertainer Nelson de la Rosa shaking the booty.
    • Not to be confused with “Culo,” by Pitbull and featuring Lil Jon, which discusses the same topic. (“Coolo” is the phonetic pronunciation of “culo,” Spanish for “ass.”)
  • Captain Dan & the Scurvy Crew’s It’s All About The Booty, which talks about Pirate booty. Or does it?
  • “Carolyn’s Booty,” by The Presidents of the United States of America, who only sound dorkier than they already are tackling this kind of song.
  • “Shakin’ the Afri-Can,” composed by Harold Arlen and recorded by Don Redman.
  • “Wiggle” by Jason Derulo, featuring Snoop Dogg. For whatever reason, 2014 had a lot of songs about butts hit the charts, and it more or less began with this song.
  • Baracuda’s “Ass Up” is a three-minute long exhortation to put one’s ass up in the air and wave it round like you don’t care.
  • “Pull Over” by Trina.
  • YaBoyJDub – “Swiggity Swooty (I’m Coming For That Booty).” This one gets a lot of Memetic Mutation, from the You No Take Candle grammar to an unintended connection with Five Nights at Freddy’s.
  • Another honorable mention to “Booty” by Jennifer Lopez and Iggy Azalea, both of whom boast about their, um, assets. The original version of this song, which features Pitbull, plays this trope straight.
  • Yet another honorable mention to Meghan Trainor’s “All About That Bass,” where she expresses appreciation for her own butt.
  • “Younger Men” by K.T. Oslin: That’s why younger men are starting to catch my eye
    I’m starting to stop what I’m doing
    Just to turn around and watch them walk by
    • Also this verse:

    Woah, look over here
    We got a cute little ol’ runner on the right
    Blue shorts, no shirt
    Whoo! You’re looking good, darling
    That’s right, stay in shape

  • “As If” by Sara Evans: Ooh yeah
    I love the way you wear those worn-out blue jeans
    Walkin’ around in the big sunshine
  • “Radar”, by Britney Spears. When she sings the following line, at the 2:50 mark of the video, Britney puts her hand on her Lust Object’s butt. When you walk (when you walk) and when you talk (when you talk)
    I get the tingle, I wanna mingle, that’s what I want (that’s what I want)
  • “Shake Your Bon Bon” by Ricky Martin.
  • “Shake Your Booty” by K.C. & The Sunshine Band.
  • “Backdoor Lover” by Dujour.
  • “Number Two Pencil” by The Radiators (US) is about admiring the behind of a woman who has bent over to pick up her pencil. At least, that’s what the first six minutes are about.
  • “The Bertha Butt Boogie” by by the Jimmy Castor Bunch.
  • The expression “it must be jelly, ’cause jam don’t shake like that!”, which was not necessarily about comparing the respective merits of foodstuffs, inspired a few jazz/blues tunes in the 1930s-40s, most famously one first recorded by Glenn Miller in 1942 which was also covered by Harry James and Woody Herman.
  • Related to the above, every song by Van Morrison where he extols the virtues of his lady love’s “jelly-roll”. There are quite a few in his back catalogue.
  • In 1999, Cajun musician Horace Trahan had a big regional hit in Louisiana with a Limited Lyrics Song called “That Butt Thing”. I don’t like golf
    I don’t like swimmin’
    I just like chasin’
    Dem big butt women
    We gonna do that butt thing
    Kinda like that nookie thing
    We gonna do that butt thing
    We gonna make that butt swing
    (repeat verse)
  • “Shake That Monkey” by Too $hort ft. Lil’ Jon, The EastSide Boyz
  • “Donkey” by Jerrod Niemann uses “donkey” as a Double Entendre for, well, the ass.
  • “My Ass” by Linni Meister is another example of the “someone sings about their own butt” type. Take a long, good look at my ass

Year of the Booty: The 10 Best Songs About Buns, Hun


Even though there’s been songs coming out for years that worship the behind, as 2014 comes to an end, it’s officially been declared ‘The Year of The Booty.’ So, how else do we celebrate than by posting our fave 10 songs about buns, hon? Get ready to shake your booty to the following booty-rockin’ jams…
10. “Booty” — Jennifer Lopez ft. Iggy Azalea
Throw your hands up if you love a big booty. J.Lo’s one of the original stars whose posterior was equally as famous as her music, so she’s a staple on booty-worshipping lists like these.
9. “Dance (A$$)” — Big Sean ft. Nicki Minaj
*clap* *clap* *clap* *clap* *clap* *clap* *clap* *clap* *clap* *clap*
8. “Bubble Butt” — Major Lazer ft. Bruno Mars, 2 Chainz, Tyga & Mystic
Hats off to Major Lazer for crafting a song so beautifully about the bubble butt. Bubble butt; bubble bubble bubble butt.
7. “Fat Bottomed Girls” — Queen
Here’s the OG track that may have started the behind-lovin’: Queen’s 1978 ode to the ladies who have a bit more junk in their trunk. Classic!
6. “Ms. New Booty” — Bubba Sparxxx ft. Ying Yang Twins
We’d like to raise our glass to Bubba Sparxxx who coined the amazing mid-2000s term “Booty booty booty booty rockin’ everywhere!”.
5. “Wiggle” — Jason Derulo ft. Snoop Dogg
Finally, a song about how difficult it is to get in those jeans with the ample size of your derriere!
4. “My Humps” — Black Eyed Peas
Remember when this track came out in 2005? It was the hottest track in town, all because of how “controversial” it was to be talkin’ about a woman’s “lady lumps.”
3. “Bootylicious” — Destiny’s Child
What makes Destiny’s Child’s “Bootylicious” so perfect is that ANYBODY can get down to this jam. Even if your booty is lacking in size, the DC girls have no judgement! Everybody gets down on the floor when this song gets spun.
2. “Anaconda” — Nicki Minaj
*whip crack* This WOULD be #1 on our list if Nicki didn’t sample the hook from the following song…
1. “Baby Got Back” — Sir Mix-A-Lot
“Fat Bottomed Girls” may have been one of the first tracks to pay homage to the backside, but it’s Sir Mix-A-Lot’s “Baby Got Back” that sticks in people’s heads as the no.1 booty song of all time. You can do side bends or sit-ups, but please don’t lose that butt!
Stream our booty playlist off the YouTube player below:

What other booty songs did we miss? Tell us in the comments!

Miami

I ain’t really finna tell y’all how to get away with murder and shit

Just the other day I was out in Miami
Got the low-low on them Percs, low-low on them Xannies
Nigga’s know my bitches petty, I ain’t talkin’ mani’s
Pull up with a lot of baddies, don’t forget the Addies
When I run up in the town, I ain’t chitty-chatty
Got some real pretty titties, they come with a fatty
Too much money, I ain’t never need a sugar daddy
I’m La Belle of the ball, you could call me Patti

I flew in from Trinidad, peep this nigga pressin’
I think that he popped a molly ’cause look how he sweatin’
I’ma let my niggas rob him as soon as it set in
None of you bum bitches can’t sit with me and Gretchen
It’s the biggest, a bitch ain’t cough one time, it’s the sickest
I don’t never clique up, but they know who the clique is
Fast little bitches, but of course I’m the quickest
Mortal Kombat, ninja Nicki, who ya pick is?

Ayo, queen, got the customers out here, man
They lovin’ this shit, man, they lovin’ this shit, man
Where you at, man? Where you at, man?
We need you here, man, I know you in Miami

Just the other day I was out in Miami
Got the low-low on them Percs, low-low on them Xannies
Nigga’s know my bitches petty, I ain’t talkin’ mani’s
Pull up with a lot of baddies, don’t forget the Addies
When I run up in the town, I ain’t chitty-chatty
Got some real pretty titties, they come with a fatty
Too much money, I ain’t never need a sugar daddy
I’m La Belle of the ball, you could call me Patti

Yo, you could take all of my bitches out to Abu Dhabi
Let one of my besties confiscate your Maserati
You should throw a party on the yacht for everybody
If we fuck your shit up, OMG, I’m very sorry
You could call me Barbie, ’cause I look just like a dolly
Yes, I bury them when they come for me, call me Halle
Since I finished her, my niggas call me the finale
I’m a busy bitch, I’m filthy rich, no time to Polly
Ayo, swerve to the palace, this the Queen’s like it’s Hollis
Put 15 million dollars, on it, ask LL, I’m doin’ it
Don’t get cute and ruin it, all my skill, I hone it
I pity opponents, it look easy don’t it
(It look easy don’t it, it look easy don’t it)

Just the other day I was out in Miami
Got the low-low on them Percs, low-low on them Xannies
Nigga’s know my bitches petty, I ain’t talkin’ mani’s
Pull up with a lot of baddies, don’t forget the Addies
When I run up in the town, I ain’t chitty-chatty
Got some real pretty titties, they come with a fatty
Too much money, I ain’t never need a sugar daddy
I’m La Belle of the ball, you could call me Patti

Yo, Nick, what’s good? This ya boy Patty Duke
Man, you already know we got shit movin’ out here, man
That these bitches ain’t fuckin’ wit’ you
They ain’t fuckin’ wit’ the team, man, all of ’em, man
‘Cause niggas know that bag heavy, boy, that bag heavy
Niggas get fuckin’ dropped ’round here
Queens get the money, man
Never fakin’ it, always makin’ it, ya heard?
Iconic shit, man

10 of The Most Voluptuous Females In The Game (Bodacious Butt List)

The female body has always been viewed as a thing of beauty. We see the female body in its glory in artwork throughout the ages. It is not something dirty, but something to be celebrated…all shapes and sizes. However, today what is considered beautiful is very much controlled by the media. When people look at fashion magazines, television and music videos, they are given a uniformed looked that tells you what beauty should be. For many years, thin women have been considered beautiful, but with the Hip Hop culture taking root in media, we are redefining what beauty is. In this case, we are showing our appreciation for the beauty of the big butt aka booty, onion, wagon…whatever you want to call it!

It’s about time that the voluptuous women had a chance to show and shake what their mama gave them. Being voluptuous is a beautiful thing. Now, the brothers have always loved voluptuous women, it’s just in our DNA, but it seems everyone else is jumping on the band WAGON. That’s great because women don’t have to feel pressured to be skinny. So with that said, we have compiled a list of some of the biggest and most amazing “assets” in the game. Remember, we are celebrating the beauty of this feature of the body and are not objectifying the person’s value based on a body part. It just so happens to be the focus to show what was once viewed as unattractive in mainstream Media is now celebrated.

Before I get into listing our ten favorites, I would like to distinguish the different kinds of shapes of the buttocks which are listed below: (Listen to the Reverend and continue)

HEART-SHAPED
Everyone wants a heart and not just on Valentine’s Day. The upside-down heart- or A-shaped butt is typically considered the prettiest and most desirable shape. This shape is all about the smaller waist and bigger hips which are universally desirable for the waist-to-hip ratio of 0.7.

ROUND
The round for some is amazing but can be a bit intimidating. Be careful. These butts usually jump right out at you.

SQUARE
A square butt can be nice if it is big enough. A square butt tends to look flat from the side, and almost a little masculine. Research done by plastic surgeons says that the square butt is the most complained about.

V-SHAPED
The V-Shape is widely viewed as the least attractive butt shape, which gets its look from the presence of more fat in the waist and outer thighs. This is also the most challenging shape from a surgical perspective. We will not be focusing on the V-Shape however there is beauty in all shapes.

THIS LIST IS NOT RANKED IN ORDER. (Relax.)

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Big Booties Don’t Get into Rap Videos Without These Guys

Rap music videos have warped my perception of the world. After years of watching clips like “Big Pimpin'” and “Tip Drill,” my thoughts have become infested with half-naked girls who tug around gargantuan asses. It’s so bad, it’s hard for me to even see a normal lady without imagining what she’d look like doused in the golden showers of a Cristal bottle or picturing myself swiping my Chase ATM card through her cavernous butt crack.

Given my rap-addled condition, you can see why I took an interest in Brian Finke’s ongoing photo project, Hip-Hop Honeys (featured in the gallery above). With the project, Brian has been documenting the women who populate rap videos, enabling us all to have another perspective on the girls who gyrate what their mama gave them for rappers. Brian’s work is an elegant look at a genre of film that is simultaneously beautiful and grotesque, liberating and misogynistic, and artistic and exploitative.

As a poor addict of oversexualized hip-hop videos, I reached out to Brian to see if I could just stand in the corner with my hand in my pocket as he photographed his video vixens. The renowned photographer, who’s had his work featured in publications like the New Yorker and GQ and published four stellar photo books, got pretty weirded out by my request. To get me out of his hair, he put me in touch with Face Time Agency, the casting duo who’s helped Brian get on the sets of music videos to shoot photos for his Hip-Hop Honeys project. Face Time Agency was started Jeff Janvier and Session Cruz two years ago. Since then, it has become one of the only major casting agencies in NYC dedicated to urban models for music videos. And that’s pretty awesome for all of the voluptious ladies and gorgeous women of color out there who are getting neglected by the other big agencies.

Session started out shooting high-quality booty-shake videos for World Star Hip-Hop. While Jeff has been a long-time OG in the casting game. Together, they’ve brought some of the most beautiful models and biggest butts to the small screen in videos for ass connoisseurs like 2 Chainz, Drake, Kanye, and 50 Cent. I hopped on the phone with Jeff to beg him to let me hang out during one of their video shoots—a plea he flatly declined, afriad I might upset the talent. After that, I figured I might as well do an interview for you guys covering what it’s like to make living off of being surrounded by some of the most attractive women of the world, when all of them are desperately trying to impress you. Here is what Jeff had to say.

Session is on the left and Jeff is on the right.

VICE: When you’re trying to find girls for music videos, what are the key qualities that make them right to shake their butt on the small screen?
Jeff Janvier: The ones that I focus on are the one that’s make money. It’s all about finding people who have valuable assets. I have a big Rolodex which is filled with models for every occasion and situation. I concentrate on the features I know I can get a lot of money from.

What makes one model’s assets more valuable than another?
Her sex appeal. Her swag. Her devotion. Those are key elements. Of course they have to be attractive, too. Nobody associated with my company will be even semi-attractive. I do have a bunch of girls that I’m nice to and will allow to come to the set and be extras. But as far as the lead and special females, they all have to meet a standard of sex appeal. Sometimes I’m looking for specific things like a particular height or a girl with a big booty. We have a girl for every market.

With the big booties, is there an booty scale? How does one compare and contrast the ass?
No. We only put big-booty girls in the videos that require big-booty girls. But it’s more complex. Like sometimes you need a big butt that knows how to dance, or be really sexy. I know girls who have big butts, but don’t know how to dance. In certain situations, their big butt is useless. It’s the same with just being pretty. Sometimes a nice-looking face isn’t enough for a video that requires the girls to actually do stuff on camera.

How do you keep it all organized? You said you have a Rolodex. Is the Rolodex like “This girl has a big booty, but she’s got two left feet” and “This girl’s pretty, but she is shaped like SpongeBob”?
That’s where my mind works miracles. But as far as the Rolodex, I have like thousands of girls and I get like 30 emails every day from new talent who I can utilize. I organize it according to the videos we’ve shoot. Some girls get upset at me because I can’t utilize them. It gets to the point where I get harassed or event threatened. This job ain’t as easy, but I make it work. If I meet a new girl and I put her on, other females might see that and get upset. Sometimes they will try to hurt the main girl, you know? There are trials and tribulations I have to deal with, but I’ve been doing it for so long, it doesn’t affect me.

What’s one of the most desperate things a girl has done to try to get into a video?
In this industry, I tell the girls, “You think the video world is bad, Hollywood is even worse.” But some people will do just about anything. I don’t deal with females who are willing to do whatever to get in the game. But these girls understand that there can be like 20 girls in the video. So, they’ll do more to get that air time in the video, rather than just be an extra in the background.

Are there any girls who get upset with you once they see the video because they didn’t get the exposure they wanted?
Oh yeah, that’s the drama I deal with. I can’t choose everybody. I try my best as a casting director to get everybody that I meet a chance to get in the video. But sometimes I don’t have that much pull. I’m the casting director so I can pick and choose a lot of girls, but unfortunately it is ultimately up to the artist and director to pick who gets that lead role. Some girls get upset when they’re overlooked or not chosen and they try to bring it all out on me. Other people don’t know how to handle situations like that, but I can.

Do you think a girl can make a living off of being in videos?
The video game isn’t like it used to be. Ten years ago, girls could make a living off of videos. They used to get thousands of dollars just for being a video girl. Nowadays, because of the internet and downloading of music, the labels don’t put that much money into videos unless it’s a big artist or a big song. Otherwise they try to do it for little to nothing. But if a girl has swag, they can venture out to movies and other options that garner more money. Videos can give you the outlet to establish a brand and do other things with it.

Are there certain ladies who are hard to find? Like do rappers say to you, “I want a Eskimo girl with a Lisa Simpson face tattoo and a medium-size donkey butt who can twerk while making ice sculptures”?
It’s my job to be able to provide. If I don’t have them, I’m gonna go looking for them. But yeah, there’s always specifics. Some people want Asians in their videos, some people want Russians—it all depends. And I don’t just do hip-hop, I do rock, pop, or anything you else you might imagine. So if they want midgets for the video, I have to provide midgets. I don’t just do females either—my core is females—but I do all types of talent. I’ve worked on Sesame Street! I’ll work on anything that cuts a check.

Tell me about the toughest shoot where you had to find a super obscure and specific kind of model.
I would have to say “Birthday Song” with Kanye and 2 Chainz was the craziest. They wanted exotic big-booty girls, but at the same time we had to have clowns and all types of different people like midgets. I had to go above and beyond for that.

Was it hard to get the right midgets? Was Yeezy really particular on what kind of midgets he wanted?
The director was the one really into the midgets. Kanye was more focused on the big-booty girls.

Was Kanye like inspecting the booties on set to get the most robust asses in the video?
Nah. Because I’ve been doing this for so long, a lot of the artists trust me and know that I’m always bringing new faces to the table. They know I have a big arsenal of females they’re able to pick and choose from.

Can you give any advice to young girls out here trying to be video girls? Like what would you say to a 16-year-old girl who says she wants to be a video girl?
I would tell them to not make it the focal point at that age. She can take it up as a hobby. If you are going to do it, try to take being a video girl to the next level and become a big model or actress, which involves making more money. Being in music videos is for when you’re young and you want have fun and get your face out there and establish a brand.

What do you think of the whole “video ho” stereotype?
That stems from haters. When I say hater, I mean girls that were not able to be in the videos started that terminology. Now of course there are girls that act out that stereotype because they do some things. But it all originated from girls who weren’t able to be in the videos who started saying “Oh this girl had to do this and that” to be in the video. But you won’t say Halle Berry’s a ho, even though Halle Berry is one of those who had to go above and beyond to get where she’s at? It’s a man’s world so there are a lot of things that aren’t as easy for females as they are for men. Its part of the game and it comes down to whether they want to play it or not.

Would you let your daughter be a video girl?
That’s a hard question—only if I know her standards and morals were straight would I allow her to get into that. A lot of people don’t have the guidance. They come into this game recklessly and do things they’re not supposed to and fall for certain things because in this game a lot of people talk a good one. You have to realize who’s fake in this industry.

Word. Thanks!

Interested in getting lose in a hip-hop video? Hit up Face Time Agency.

Check out more photo work from Brian Finke.

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Every class has a slightly different playlist and can range from 14-17 songs. Below are all of the songs you may hear in a given week in a Zumba class with Fit4Dance!

  • Hideaway – Kiesza
  • La Gozadera – Gente de Zona ft Marc Anthony
  • This One For You (Bumaye Riddim) – Major Lazer & Shurwayne Winchester
  • Contando Estrellas
  • Too Real – Kerwin Du Bois
  • Watch me (Whip/Nae Nae) – Silento
  • Mash Up – Destra Garcia
  • Bailando – Enrique Iglesius
  • Rum & Soca – KES
  • Touch – Ajrenalin feat Christopher Martin
  • Doh Hold It – Jahmoun
  • Metela, Sacala – El Chevo
  • Trailer Load – Destra
  • Back it Up – Prince Royce
  • What Do You Mean – Justin Bieber
  • Booty – Jennifer Lopez ft Pitbull
  • You’re So Beautiful – Jussie Smollet
  • Somebody – Natalie La Rose ft Jeremih
  • Yoga – Janelle Monae ft Jidenna
  • Fight Song – Rachel Platten
  • Anything Out There – Vivian Green
  • Come On to Me – Major Lazer ft Sean Paul
  • Love is the Answer -Aloe Blacc
  • Party Done – Angela Hunte & Machel Montano
  • Hold my hand – Jess Glynne
  • Locked Away – R City ft Adam Levine
  • How Deep Is Your Love – Calvin Harris & Disciples
  • Fire We Make – Alicia Keys & Maxwell

KStylis – Booty Me Down Lyrics

Booty me down. Booty me down. Booty me down. Booty me down. Booty me down. Booty me down. Booty me down. Booty me down. Booty me down. Booty me down. Booty me down. Booty me down. Booty me down. Booty me down. Booty me down. Booty me down.
Booty me down. Take it to the ground. Bring it back up. Gimme gimme now. She a bad bitch. Make it bounce bitch. I make it rain trick. This some stripping shit. Then I dig her down. Make it wiggle down. Left ass cheek. Right cheek now. Hit the splits now. Make them pussy sounds. Three point stance. Time to get it now.
Booty me down. Booty me down. Booty me down. Booty me down. Booty me down. Booty me down. Booty me down. Booty me down. Booty me down. Booty me down. Booty me down. Booty me down. Booty me down. Booty me down. Booty me down. Booty me down.
Make that ass clap. Gone bring it back. Where them girls at? Time to hammer that. Toot it then I boot it. Coochi is the target. And if she’s not about it step up out my office. Got my homies now. She bootyed them down. We took her to the crib. Gained that booty down. I’m talkin freaky shit. Time to get around. Twerk special session. It’s time to get it now.
Booty me down. Booty me down. Booty me down. Booty me down. Booty me down. Booty me down. Booty me down. Booty me down. Booty me down. Booty me down. Booty me down. Booty me down. Booty me down. Booty me down. Booty me down. Booty me down.
Ahh ok. Where them girls at? Where them girls at? Where them girls at? Where them girls at? Where them girls at? Where them girls at? Where them girls at? Where them girls at? Time to dig down. Time to dig down. Time to dig down. Time to dig down. Time to dig down. Time to dig down. Time to dig down. Time to dig down.
Booty me down. Booty me down. Booty me down. Booty me down. Booty me down. Booty me down. Booty me down. Booty me down. Booty me down. Booty me down. Booty me down. Booty me down. Booty me down. Booty me down. Booty me down. Booty me down.
Down. Down. Down. Down. Down. Down. Down. Down. Down. Down. Down. Down. Down. Down. Down. Down.

Here Are the Lyrics to Blac Youngsta’s ‘Booty’

(Twerk)
Girl I wanna see you, twerk
I’ll throw a lil money if you twerk
Ion really think you could, twerk
(Twerk)
If you broke, go to, work
Make that big booty, twerk
Make that big booty, twerk
Can I touch that booty?
That booty, that big ol’ booty
Shake that booty, can I lay on the booty?
Mike Tyson on the booty
Copyright that booty
Bounce that booty on the floor (shit)
Shake ’til you get a lil sore (shit)
Show ’em, yo mamma made a hoe (shit)
Go ahead and get a little low (shit)
Shake that booty in the car (shit)
Shake that booty in the store (shit)
(Shit)
Pop it, stop it, drop it, pop it
If I hit Alexis Skyy
I’m a motherfuckin’ rocket
(Shit)
I ain’t got no fucking heart
I can’t be loyal to you whore
You weren’t here from the start
(Twerk)
Girl I wanna see you, twerk
I’ll throw a lil money if you twerk
Ion really think you could, twerk
(Twerk)
If you broke, go to, work
Make that big booty, twerk
Make that big booty, twerk
Can I touch that booty?
That booty, that big ol’ booty
Shake that booty, can I lay on the booty?
Mike Tyson on the booty
Copyright that booty
Damn, skinny petite (damn)
I know my bitch love me
‘Cause she rub my feet (damn)
(Damn)
You don’t touch me, somebody goin’ touch me
You don’t fuck me, somebody goin’ fuck me
You don’t love me, somebody goin’ love me
Money don’t walk, I gotta go and get it
Shake that booty, I’ll come visit
If you thick, I might hit it
(Damn)
Shake that booty for a ride (damn)
Shake that booty on live (damn)
Shake that booty outside (damn)
(Twerk)
Girl I wanna see you, twerk
I’ll throw a lil money if you twerk
Ion really think you could, twerk
(Twerk)
If you broke, go to, work
Make that big booty, twerk
Make that big booty, twerk
Can I touch that booty?
That booty, that big ol’ booty
Shake that booty, can I lay on the booty?
Mike Tyson on the booty
Copyright that booty

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Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.

Written by: MARCUS MARSH, MILAN MODI, SAMMIE BENSON

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