From “Bootylicious” to “Baby Got Back” to “Honky Tonk Badonkadonk” and beyond, a collection of the best songs about butts ever.
The female posterior. Has any other object generated so many hymns to its allure? Possibly. But there are still a lot of butt songs over most genres of popular music—and some unpopular music as well. The amount of songs devoted to those lovely lady humps (Black Eyed Peas line, don’t blame me) is voluminous. Who has time to compile a playlist? We here at HUSTLERMagazine.com do, and we hope we saved you some time. In no particular order…
“The Freckle Song,” multiple artists: Recorded by a number of groups, combos, solo acts and orchestras including The Four Vagabonds, Hank Penny and The Air Lane Trio, among many others, it’s a pre-rock salute to a great gal who has “freckles on her, but she is nice.” Of course, it could also just as easily be about a great gal who has ‘freckles on her butt; she is nice.”
“Fat Bottomed Girls,” Queen: Written by Brian May, the band’s guitarist, it’s a rompin’, stompin’ celebration of ample gals … and their big ol’ butts. Singer Freddie Mercury, known for his, uh, flamboyance, may not have written the song, but he sure makes it come alive. When he shouts, “Get on your bikes and ride!” you know he means it.
“Troglodyte (Cave Man),” The Jimmy Castor Bunch: Funkster Jimmy Castor drops some archeological truth and we learn that we share a lot of habits with our prehistoric ancestors. These include such things as diggin’ music, likin’ to dance, and, of course, big ol’ booties. In this tribute to tuchus, we are also introduced to Bertha Butt. She’s one of the Butt Sisters … who figured throughout much of Jimmy Castor’s catalog.