Share on Facebook Sex is a part of life. It all started back in , when he created the first rap ballad with ' I Need Love.
On his classic hit 'Doin' It,' the Queens rapper reveals his sexual desires to a fictitious lover, played by rapper LeShaun. The infectious call-and-response song is basically about infidelity.
Treach was definitely a ladies man as he explained the rules of O. Are you down with 'O. If the Atlanta rhymer finds his soulmate, he promises to give her all of the finer things in life.
In real life, Future has found his equal in Ciara and he put a huge ring on it. When it came to romance, the late rapper Notorious B. No wining and dining. No flowers or candy. No love making, just strictly back-breaking sex. The Mississippi rhymer whispers his workout plan to a potential sex partner.
The rap duo also talk about the same thing. On their smooth joint 'Climax,' the rap trio spit come-hither lines to females with hopes of convincing them that a three-way is a great idea. The rap trio popularize the Miami bass sound with their style of rap, which revels in sexual deviancy.
Their X-rated tune 'We Want Some P' was not only controversial for its raunchy lyrics but also became a frat party jam across college campuses. Just ask Lil' Kim. On the funky 'Magic Stick,' the rap vixen exchanges over-the-top sex rhymes with 50 Cent. While Fif brags about his magic stick, Kim proudly boasts that her sex game is hella proper.
Oh behave , Kim. Throughout the song, Short Dog spits a nursery-rhyme flow about several trysts with different women. Shawnna Ludacris Ludacris is one freaky dude. Luda was lucky enough to get a threesome on the remix , which featured rap vixens Trina and Foxy Brown.
And there's only one thing sexier to women than watching Ginuwine "send chills up and down your spine;" Magic Mike showing new ways to feel the sensation. With a hard beat and lyrics to match, the man better known as GinuFINE will get a private -- or public -- party poppin' whenever his mouth opens to hum about a pony. So when he tells you his saddles waiting, and to come on and jump on it, do like a Snickers: It's quite genius actually.
The best thing about the track is to the naked, innocent ear -- no pun intended -- the song might just sound like the Daron, Q, Mike and Slim just really like peaches. But the ATL natives had no qualms about sharing their women as fruit mentality. They love women and women are similar to peaches, and what do you do with peaches? You just want to eat them up. Their provocative lyrics paint a picture of each lustful moment that takes place in the song.
But here's the catch, as X-rated as the song might be, they make it sound, well, beautiful. So when Jodeci serenaded the world with 'Freek'n You,' it was inevitable that babies were about to be made. Immediate air humping and inappropriate grinding are sure to occur whenever this percussion background begins. It's an accepted universal understanding that any invitation or expression of wanting a late night rendezvous after midnight is code for one thing only.
Sometimes the declaration to want to get down and dirty sounds just like that, but when Babygirl uses her soothing vocal range to initiate an after 12AM get together, you can't help but want to sing along while doing a striptease with candles lit.
So if you're reading this and working on a late night text, just make sure to ask, "Can I come over: The quartet explores the loving side to sex as they school men on the secrets to pleasing a woman using a phrase that's sure to make her sit back and relax: And like any talented artist, it isn't all about the sex. It's about the heart-racing, butterfly-in-the-stomach, let's-do-it-again feeling that comes with making love and not just going through the motions of another carnal act.
Kandi Burruss opens the seemingly a cappella ballad lined with cello undertones with her alto soprano sound, explaining what she wants to happen during the night. The Georgia Peach describes the perfect evening filled with moonlight "shining on [her] windowpane" just before she "hears the sound of rain. There was no secret about what Ms.
Jackson had in mind when she made this song. Backed by an electric guitar, piano and drumset, Bey leaves every woman wanting to end her night in a speechless falsetto. But before she reaches that point, she'll be screaming "Yes, yes, yes! As the melody reaches its peak, this song turns into one of those nails-in-the-back, legs-wrapped-around-the-neck, toes-curled-tight kind of cut. Never feeling the need to hold back, the Atlanta trio show off their sexuality any chance they got -- using condoms as eye patches included.
This song was the woman's sex anthem, and there wasn't anything anyone could do about it. From positions to body parts, T-Boz, Left Eye and Chilli let loose when it came to expressing their desires. There's nothing closed-door about this because TLC just wants you to "come through the, take off [their] clothes and turn on the red light. With verses full of metaphors, the three-person group uses an upbeat club cut to illustrate the happy process of a man's favorite extremity.
Offering up a good double entendre, Next shows women why hard isn't always a bad thing. Yeah, it's like that.