It’s no secret that big butts were the new “trend” throughout the early 2000s and 2010s. Despite the controversy over early songs, men and women enjoy dancing to such songs considering many became massive hits in the club scene.

If you want to make a booty playlist, we have some top songs about butts that you’ll need to be sure you add.

“Ms. New Booty” by Bubba Sparxxx (Featuring Ying Yang Twins & Mr. ColliPark)

Song year: 2005

Bubba Sparxxx incorporates crunk and country rap to create a song about a nice booty. Sparxxx was one of the prominent leaders of the “hick-hop” genre with his raps about country life and playing up those stereotypes.

“Ms. New Booty” is one of Sparxxx’s biggest songs, making his name more recognizable than before. Although his song “Ugly” hit 15 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 2001, “Ms. New Booty” reached #7, staying for 24 weeks on the charts.

“Shake That” by Eminem (Featuring Nate Dogg and Obie Trice)

Song year: 2005

Eminem has had a record-breaking career with several number-one hits on the Billboard Hot 100 charts. Although “Shake That” didn’t top the charts, it did reach the number six spot, which hit held for 21 weeks.

This club favorite was nominated for the Grammy Award for Best Melodic Rap Performance and the People’s Choice Award for Favorite Hip-Hop Song.

“U and Dat” by E-40 (Featuring T. Pain and Kandi Girl)

Song year: 2006

E-40 was a huge rapper in the early 2000s and 2010s with songs like “Snap Yo Fingas” by Lil Jon, “I Don’t F**k With You” by Big Sean, and his hit “U and Dat.” This song about wanting a woman’s backside hit number 13 on the Billboard Hot 100, where it held its spot for 25 weeks.

It’s no surprise that this was another club favorite during this time. It’s a catchy hip-hop and rap beat that’s fun to dance to (and shake your butt, of course).

“Rock Yo Hips” by Crime Mob

Song year: 2007

“Rock Yo Hips” is a hip-hop song by Crime Mob that had its recording at PatchWerk Recording Studios in Atlanta. It was featured on the group’s second studio album, “Hated on Mostly.” The single reached number 30 on the Billboard Hot 100 Charts.

Crime Mob is an American group from Atlanta, Georgia, with six members, including M.IG., Princess, Cyco Black, Diamond, Lil’ Jay, and Killa C. They’re best known for their hits “Knuck if You Buck” and this booty-poppin’ beat.

“Baby Got Back” Sir Mix-a-Lot

Song year: 1992

Many believe Sir Mix-a-Lot paved the way for songs about big butts and large backside appreciation. This hip-hop song is on American rapper Sir Mix-a-Lot’s third album, Mack Daddy.

With its original release in the early 90s, it faced some criticism due to its blatantly sexualizing lyrics regarding women. Despite the controversy, it was the second-best-selling song in the US in 1992 and peaked at number 17 on VH1’s 100 Greatest Songs of Hip Hop list.

“Thong Song” Sisqo

Song year: 1999

The famous “Thong Song” is a track by American R&B singer Sisqo that came out in 1999 on his solo debut album, “Unleash the Dragon.” It became a huge hit that got four Grammy nominations and several other awards.

This track peaked at number one on the Billboard Rhythmic top 40 chart and number three on the Billboard Hot 100.

“Dance (A$$) by Big Sean (Featuring Nicki Minaj)

Song year: 2011

“Dance (A$$) is a song by American rapper Big Sean that was on his debut studio album, “Finally Famous,” in 2011. This song has a rhythmic, catchy beat that samples MC Hammer’s hit song, “U Can’t Touch This.”

It peaked at number two on the US Billboard Hot Rap Songs, four on the US Billboard Rhythmic, and three on the US Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs.

“Back That Thang Up” by Juvenile

Song year: 1999

“Back That Thang Up” is a song by American Rapper Juvenile released as the second single from his album, “400 Degreez.” This song was his biggest hit for a few years until he dropped chart-peaking “Slow Motion” in 2004.

This hit song reached number 19 on the Billboard Hot 100 charts and was 478 on Rolling Stone’s “Top 500 Best Songs of All Time.

“Shake Ya Tailfeather” by P. Diddy, Murphy Lee, and Nelly

Song year: 2003

As the name suggests, this track is about dancing and shaking your behind. American rappers P. Diddy, Nelly, and Murphy Lee, recorded and released the “Shake Ya Tailfeather” song in 2003 on the “Bad Boys II Soundtrack.”

This song soared to the top of the Billboard Hot 100 charts, making it Nelly’s third number-one hit, Murphy Lee’s first, and P. Diddy’s fourth. It won the Grammy Award for Best Rap Performance by a Duo in 2004 and landed a nomination for the Billboard Music Award for Rhytmic Top 40 Title of the Year.

“Smack That” by Akon (Featuring Eminem)

Song year: 2006

Akon released “Smack That” as his first single on “Konvicted” in 2006. This song succeeded commercially, peaking at ten record charts and within the top 10 in nine. It reached number two on the Billboard Hot 100 charts and earned a Grammy nomination. The nomation was under Best Rap/Sung Collaboration.

Its lyrics are blatantly sexual, with the Akon describing a woman who’s only attracted to him due to his fame. With this in mind, he considers taking her back to his place, where he’d give her a sexual butt slap.

“Bootylicious” Destiny’s Child

Song year: 2001

Lead singer Beyoncé Knowles wrote this song and chose the title after gaining inspiration from the unpleasant comments about her body from the media. She wanted to write lyrics that celebrated curvy figures and, despite the title, create a tasteful song. It’s about having confidence in your unique beauty.

“Bootylicious” was instantly successful, becoming Destiny’s Child’s fourth number-one hit single on the Billboard Hot 100. It also landed amongst the top five in several countries, including Canada and Australia.

“Fat Bottomed Girls” Queen

Song year: 1978

Although most songs about butts are in the 2000s rap genre, Queen wrote this rock song in the late 70s. It’s about a guy who appreciates women with voluptuous curves. This track was commercially successful, reaching number 24 on the Billboard Hot 100 list.

Queen’s album cover, “Jazz,” featured a nude woman on a bicycle before they had to alter it after many stores refused to stock it. The group created a new version with the same image but underwear drawn over her.

“My Humps” by The Black Eyed Peas

Song year: 2005

“My Humps” doesn’t explicitly mention butts, though it’s implied within the lyrics. The song describes a woman with a rockin’ body that she uses to her advantage. Fergie tells about the men gawking at her in the club and threatening drama if they touch her “humps.”

This stands out because many see its lyrics as ridiculous, with many repeated lines. However, it’s got a good beat, which overcame the simplistic lyrics. It became one of the group’s best-selling singles and their second single to hit the top five on the Billboard Hot 100.

“Ms. Fat Booty” Mos Def

Song year: 1999

American rapper Mos Def released this song through Rawkus Records as the lead singer for his debut solo album, “Black on Both Sides.”

“Ms. Fat Booty” is a song about a man who loves a young woman’s ample backside. This track landed on several charts, including the Dutch Single Top 100 and the UK Singles Chart. In 2010, Pitchfork listed this song as number 144 on the “Top 200 Tracks of the 1990s” list.

“Bubble Butt” Major Lazer (Featuring 2 Chainz, Bruno Mars, Tyga, and Mystic)

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Song year: 2013

“Bubble Butt” is a song by Major Lazer which pays tribute to women’s behinds. This song reached number 56 on the US Billboard Hot 100 and 9 on the US Hot Dance/Electronic Songs. Despite the commercial success, some of the song’s lyrics, specifically a line by Tyga, faced some controversy.

The music video features several women’s butts getting an injection with air-like balloons to play up the song’s title.

“Low” Flo Rida (Featuring T-Pain)

Song year: 2007

Many lyrics feature products, some of the most notable and memorable parts. The phrase “getting low” comes from the 2002 hit “Get Low” by Lil Jon. “Low” is a song about Flo Rida fantasizing about strippers in the club.

This record-breaking track sold 470,000 digital copies, setting a single-week record, which was “Fergalicious” by Fergie at 294,000. A little over a year later, Flo Rida beat his record when his hit “Right Round” garnered 636,000 downloads within the first week.

“A** Like That” by Eminem

Song year: 2004

“A** Like That” is a song by American rapper Eminem, who heavily fantasizes about women with beautiful backsides in the lyrics.

Like many Eminem songs, “A** Like That” was met with some controversy over the raunchy lyrics. However, his several names-drops about ogling the young women were an impersonation of “Triumph the Insult Comic Dog’s” comments. Despite some backlash, this comedy rap song peaked at 60 on the Billboard Hot 100.

“All About That Bass” Meghan Trainor

Song year: 2014

“All About That Bass” is arguably one of the most well-known songs about backsides. It features modern musical elements with a touch of a retro vibe. This song is about embracing your appearance and not comparing yourself to photoshopped models.

Not only was this a number-one hit, but it was the first Billboard Hot 100 number-one hit with “bass” in the title. It got several nominations and awards, including the Billboard Music Award for Top Hot 100 Song and the Billboard Music Award for Top Digital Song. Previously, “Super Bass” by Nicki Minaj peaked at number three on the charts.

“Honky Tonk Badonkadonk” Trace Adkins

Song year: 2005

“Honky Tonk Badonkadonk” is a song by country singer Trace Adkins about admiring a woman’s backside as she dances in a country music club.

This famous country track reached number two on the US Hot Country Songs chart and peaked at number 40 on the Pop 100 and Billboard Hot 100 charts. Additionally, it got its “certified gold” label after it received more than 500,000 music downloads.

“Shake Your Rump” by Beastie Boyz

Song year: 1989

This hip-hop/rap song has a touch of funk and humor in true Beastie Boyz fashion. The drums in the opening originated from “Funky Snakefoot” by Alphonse Musan. “Shake Your Rump” has playful lyrics, with the group taking turns with lines about themselves and their cultural milestones.

Although this song wasn’t one of the group’s singles, it became one of their most popular live songs, causing them to include it in most of their setlists.

“Salt Shaker” Ying Yang Twins Ft. Lil John and the East Side Boyz

Song year: 2004

“Salt Shaker” is a crunk song with a similar theme to other pieces in its genre, with men admiring and encouraging women to dance provocatively in the club. This song makes several memorable references in its lyrics. For example, in one of their lines, they reference Bill Bojangles, a black tap dancer famous for his work in the Shirley Temple films.

This track would become the group’s biggest hit, debuting at number nine on the Hot 100 charts. It also peaked at number two on the US Hot Rap Songs (Billboard), number three on the US Rhythmic (Billboard), and among the top 100 on several other charts.

“Booty” Jennifer Lopez (Featuring Iggy Azalea)

Song year: 2014

“Booty” is a song by Jennifer Lopez where she jokingly sings about her well-admired booty. It’s a fun song that shares the message of owning who you are and embracing your body.

It was commercially successful worldwide, becoming a top 20 hit in the US, charting at number 18 on the Hot 100 charts. It also reached the top 40 in other countries, including Australia, Canada, New Zealand.

“Anaconda” Nicki Minaj

Song year: 2014

“Anaconda was the second single on “The Pink Print” album by Nicki Minaj, which garnered attention for the booty-centric cover photo showcasing Queen Barbz’s butt. This song samples the well-known track, “Sir Mix-a-Lot’s” lyrics from “Baby Got Back.”

This hit was nearly immediately successful, garnering over 19.6 million VEVO views within 24 hours of its release.

“Rump Shaker” by Wreckx-N-Effect

Song year: 1992

“Rump Shaker” is another song that shows appreciation for women with beautiful backsides. Like “Anaconda” by Nicki Minaj, this song takes “Baby Got Back” by Sir Mix-a-Lot’s music further with more provocative lyrics and a racier video.

This hit succeeded commercially, peaking at number two on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, one on the Hot Rap Singles, and number nine on the Hot Dance Music/Club Play charts.

“Donk” by Soulja Boy

Song year: 2008

The booty appreciation continues with “Donk” by American rapper Soulja Boy, the fourth single on his debut studio album “souljaboytellem.com” in 2008.

This song was moderately successful, reaching 22 on the US Billboard Hot Rap Songs, 21 on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles, 30 on Australia Physical Singles, and 37 on US Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs.

“Get Low” by Lil Jon & The East Side Boyz (Featuring Ying Yang Twins)

Song year: 2002

“Get Low” was the group’s debut single and garnered the group massive success. It peaked at #2 in the US Billboard Hot 100 and five on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop songs. It reached the top ten in several other countries and was 99 on VH1’s 100 Greatest Songs of Hip-Hop.

This hit song is in films like The Proposal, White Chicks, and Coach Carter. Part of the song also appears in the comedy series Brooklyn Nine-Nine.

“Pop, Lock, and Drop It” by Huey

Song year: 2007

“Pop, Lock, & Drop It” was the debut single by American rapper Huey on his debut album “Notebook Paper.” It peaked at number six on the US Billboard Hot 100, becoming his first and only hit single.

After this track garnered success, it became a popular dance move in the early 2000s. However, some speculate whether or not it’s a song about firing a handgun.

“How Low” by Ludacris

Song year: 2009

American rapper Ludacris added “How Low” as his lead single from his seventh studio album, “Battle of the Sexes.” It reached number 13 on the US Billboard Hot 100, 2 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs, and two on the US Hot Rap Songs.

“How Low” got a Grammy nomination in 2011 for Best Rap Solo Performance, though it lost to “Not Afraid” by Eminem.

“Her Strut” by Bob Seger

Song year: 1980

“Her Strut” is a fast-paced single that Bob Segar added to his album, “Against the Wind.” He wrote the lyrics inspired by the feminist icon Jane Fonda. Like many other songs on this list, especially during this time, “Her Strut” received criticism for objectifying women.

This rock song is about an independent woman who men respect but enjoy watching walk.

“Goodies” by Ciara (Featuring Petey Pablo)

Song year: 2004

“Goodies” is a song by American singer Ciara about a woman refusing men’s sexual advances, with “goodies” being a metaphor for her body parts.

This was a well-received song that garnered commercial success. It peaked at number one on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart, where it held its place for seven weeks, making it the longest-running #1 debut single by a debut artist since ’77.

“The Bum Bum Song” by Tom Green

Song year: 1999

“The Bum Bum Song” is a little different than other songs on the list as a comedy song by Canadian comedian Tom Green. It features comedic lyrics about a man placing his butt on various objects.

His show moved to MTV, so Green released this song as a single and encouraged viewers to download it for free. It worked and got so many requests that TRL made Green retire the hilarious hit from the show.

Top Songs About Butts, Final Thoughts

Whether you want a booty-shaking playlist or want to remember your favorite song about backsides, these songs about butts should help you out. Although many tracks came out in the early 2000s hip-hop era, you can find songs about butts in nearly all genres.

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