Whether you’re looking for a song about big butts or you’re looking for some motivation to start working out, there are many options out there. From Shake Your Booty by KC and the Sunshine Band to Destiny’s Child’s “Fatty Girl” and LL Cool J’s “Shake That,” here are some tunes to get you moving.
Shake Your Booty by KC and the Sunshine Band
This song by KC and the Sunshine Band has a dance-themed melody and an upbeat atmosphere. It was the first single from the band’s fourth studio album. It was released on TK Records on 27 May 1976. It was considered a top 40 hit in many countries.
The song reached number one on the Billboard Hot 100, Billboard Hot Soul Singles, and US Cash Box charts. It also charted on the Billboard World Chart. The song’s lyric interpretation sparked controversy due to its sexual connotations. However, KC and the Sunshine Band defended the song, stating that it had inspired people to get out and dance.
Destiny’s Child’s “Fatty Girl”
Destiny’s Child’s “Fat Girl” is one of the group’s greatest hits. The song is a catchy, sappy love song about the importance of love. Destiny’s Child was a teen idol group in the early 2000s. The group has had numerous number one singles. Their hit songs include “Independent Woman Part 1”, “Say My Name,” “Bootylicious”, “Stand Up for Love” and “Check on It”. The song was recorded by one of the group’s superstars, Destiny Knowles. The song was written by David Foster and Knowles and was used as an anthem for World Children’s Day.
The group’s success has led to a number of Grammy Awards and Grammy nominations. The group has sold over sixty million records and is ranked by Billboard as the ninth most successful group of the 2000s. They have received numerous accolades including Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals and Best R&B Song.
LL Cool J’s “Shake That”
If you’re familiar with LL Cool J, you’ve probably heard the song “Jingling Baby.” This song is part of his album “Mama Said Knock You Out,” and it features a complex layered beat and an ultra-funky organ solo. The hook is simple, but incredibly catchy – a woman chants, “They’re jingling, baby!”
Iggy Pop’s “Ms. Fat Booty”
The “Miss Fat Booty” album is one of Iggy Pop’s best. The songs hit many different styles, but don’t present many new ideas. However, the album is well worth a listen, especially if you like pop music.
The album features four songs recorded with the Stooges for the first time since 1975. But James Williamson isn’t present, so the songs sound dumbed-down. The album’s production is also a disappointment. There are no original songs on the album.
Nicki Minaj’s “Anaconda”
When Nicki Minaj dropped her hit single “Anaconda” in 2014, it was already making waves. While it was an undisputed rap hit, “Anaconda” was a departure from her previous material. The song was wildly innapropriate and featured two verses that were rife with references to violence and sex. It also sampled a 20-year-old song by Sir-Mix-a-Lot. However, despite its controversy, the song sold 140,000 units in its first week and reached the top twenty of Billboard’s Hot 100.
The music video for Nicki Minaj’s “Anacconda” has become somewhat of an internet sticky, thanks to the controversy it has sparked. The video was filmed in Los Angeles in a short two-day span, and was then released on VEVO via YouTube on August 19, 2014. It was shared by Nicki Minaj shortly after midnight on the night of its debut, garnering over 19 million views.