- BOOGIE IN THE BUTT – EDDIE MURPHY
This “song” may explain all those weird X-Ray photos you see from the ER room showing strange objects up people’s butt. I guess they didn’t get the memo about this being a joke.
- BOOTY – JENNIFER LOPEZ FEAT. IGGY AZALEA
Narcissism is fun to watch, sometimes. Two generations of ass divas collide in this epic tribute to the timeless beauty of the butt. J-Lo wore it better.
- SHAKE YOUR BOOTY – KC AND THE SUNSHINE BAND
This classic could be one of the first butt songs that kick started it all. While disco may be dead, the ass shaking culture it created is bigger and better than ever.
- BUBBLE BUTT – MAJOR LAZER FEAT. BRUNO MARS, 2 CHAINZ, TYGA & MYSTIC
This all-star cast of musicians collaborate to celebrate that booty shake. There’s no beating of the bush in this one, it’s all about the ass from the beginning to the end (pun inserted).
- BOOTYLICIOUS – DESTINEY’S CHILD
Before there was Sasha Fierce – there was Destiny’s Child. QueenB was just as fierce back then as she is now, and she knew what her best assets were from an early age.
- BACK THAT ASS UP – JUVENILE
On the dance floor, this song gave women the carte blanche to get freaky and to get freaked. Mutual compliance is a beautiful thing when executed properly.
- THONG SONG – SISQO
There was a time when women didn’t casually wear thongs all the time. That time was 1999, and when we saw thongs, we partied like it was – 1999. And that’s why Sisqo wrote this lingerie love ballad.
- DAZZEY DUKS – DUICE
“Come on baby, kick them daisies” was the early 90’s war cry that introduce the ass concept to a whole generation of adolescent boys. A song that also sparked a fashion trend, Dazzey Duks flipped the script on The Dukes of Hazzard.
- RUMP SHAKER – WRECKX-N-EFFECT FEAT TEDDY RILEY
What if I told you, twerking was a thing before most people who twerk were even born. There’s proof – watch the video – ahead of its time.
- BABY GOT BACK – SIR MIX-A-LOT
The grand daddy of them all, Baby Got Back was the song that made Seattle relevant and opened the door for other Seattle artists, like Nirvana (just a theory). The dirtiest song played at every wedding – this is and always will be the ultimate song the butt.