10 Misogynistic Rap Songs That Women Love

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There is a brilliant moment in Chris Rock’s “Never Scared” when he concedes that he can’t defend certain elements of rap music.

“It’s hard to defend ‘I got hoes in different area codes’,” he says adding that he should be ashamed of himself for liking Lil Jon’s “Get Low.”

But that isn’t even the best part. It’s when he goes on to say that GIRLS are in the club LOVING the song, singing and dancing “til the sweat drips from my balls!” The nastier the song the better. “Slapemwitdad*ck, slapemwitdad*ck.”

To be clear we’re not talking about  a regular old sex song like LL Cool J’s “Doin It.” We’re talking about those over-the-top “we really don’t like women other than to service us sexually”  type of songs.

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How true is this? Very. In fact, there is a list of songs that treat women in the worst ways that get the biggest responses at the club. If the beat is right and there is a chorus they can sing along to it really doesn’t matter how many b*tches and hoes are sprinkled in between. And I’m not just talking about young girls. Some of you out there around my age sang your hearts out to Akinyele’s “Put It In Your Mouth” and probably still did at the 20 year HS reunion.

Does it make it right? That’s another debate for another post but here we present the Top 10 women-hating songs that women seem to love. *Kanye Shrug*


10. Bravehearts “Oochie Wally”
Ironically it was the married guy on this record that had the nastiest verse. What did Horse’s wife think? Click here to find out.

9. Ying Yang Twinz “The Whisper Song”

Walk up to a woman and whisper “Wait’ll you see my d*ck” and see how fast you end up in handcuffs. “Intimate Crunk” is what they called it. However, they even got Free to rap about her boy shorts on the remix.

8. Cam’ron “Suck It or Not”
You can pick from a list of “Love letters” from Cam’ron but this has to be the most popular next to “Wet Wipes.” At least he gives the girls a choice.

7. Tupac “I Get Around”
He’s only got one night in town, “Break out or be clowned.”

6. Plies “Becky”
The latest slang on a fan favorite has none of the romantic presumption of “Busit Baby” but the ladies love it just the same.

5. BBD “Poison”
You’re thinking this doesn’t belong but listen to the  lyrics. What is there to dislike about a big butt and a smile? Really? And just like Snoop and his crew Ronnie lets it be known, “me and the crew used to do her.”

4. Luke “I Wanna Rock” (Doo Doo Brown)

The pied piper of booty music made women hit the floor on all fours at the first bark of “don’t stop!”

3.Snoop “Ain’t No Fun” (If The Homies Can’t Have None)

Share and share like a like says Snoop, Nate and the boys. This one still rocks for the 70s babies hard. Don’t front.

2. Akinyele “Put It In Your Mouth”
Unlike Cam Ak didn’t even give the ladies an option. In fact, his instructions came with sound effects. However, the melody was so dang catchy even India.Irie couldn’t resist jacking it.

1. Lil Jon “Get Low”

How “Aww skeet, skeet, skeet, skeet!!” made it past the radio censors we’ll never know.

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