Songs With The Absolute Filthiest Lyrics Possible
These songs with the filthiest lyrics are so down and dirty that they should make you blush - and if you didn't know what they were about, well, you will soon. Now you get to decide which of these are the dirtiest songs of all time (it's a stiff competition).
It shouldn’t come as a surprise to see that most of these are rap songs. The hip hop community has a long and storied history of writing explicit tunes matched with throbbing bass lines that go into graphic detail. These are songs that you don’t want to hear if you’re riding in the car with your mom and certainly don’t want to get caught humming in the middle of math class.
Rappers are not the only ones represented on this list, though - rock and grunge can get pretty downright lewd as well. Make your voice heard. Vote up the songs you think are the filthiest.
- 11,856 VOTES
Rapper Khia released "My Neck, My Back" as the lead single off her debut album Thug Misses. The song was initially so explicit that she was forced to release an edited version for radio play. The rap tune is all about a female's desire.
- 21,001 VOTES
Lil' Kim's 2000 song "How Many Licks?" featuring Sisqó has absolutely nothing to do with Tootsie Pops and everything to do with the rapper's unbiased want for bedroom partners of all races. The tune off her second studio album The Notorious K.I.M. is a nod to all the pleasures of oral.
- 3932 VOTES
Lil' Kim's 2003 "Magic Stick" featuring 50 Cent hit Number 2 on the Billboard Hot 100. It was the second single off of Lil' Kim's album La Bella Mafia. The "Magic Stick" in the song's title is exactly what it sounds like.
- 4970 VOTES
The rapper isn't fooling anyone by calling his 2005 Number 1 Billboard Hot 100 hit "Candy Shop." 50's rap tune featuring Olivia has nothing to do with Milk Duds or Gummy Worms and everything to do with the deed.
- 5956 VOTES
Ginuwine gets right to the point in his 1996 debut single "Pony." The explicit lyrics leave little to the imagination and the throbbing bass line matches the song's lyrical tone.
- 6600 VOTES
Canadian female recording artist Peaches has a wide selection of songs that could have easily made this list. "Two Guys For Every Girl" off her 2006 studio album Impeach My Bush is an especially out-there song about multiple partners.