Sir Mix-a-Lot is just being honest here. Or maybe he's being his normal satirical self. There are certain things he appreciates in a woman, but a big booty is a game-changer. With a heavy dose of sarcasm, a little irony, and a whole lot of innuendo, Mix created a song that put us all a little more in touch with our true selves.
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Twenty-five years ago this week, a successful indie rapper with a love of fat asses released a song with a straightforward message: Big butts good, little butts bad. It hardly seems like a revolutionary idea today, but at the time Sir Mix-a-Lot's big booty anthem, "Baby Got Back," was pushing an idea of beauty that was virtually absent from mainstream pop culture. Twenty-two years after he released the song, would be declared the "Year of the Booty. But the song is only part of the reason why people are still singing, parodying and referencing this mega-hit a quarter century later. It was deemed too sexually explicit for daytime airplay on MTV and was even briefly banned by the network.
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Read on below to hear about what he thinks of Macklemore and the Seattle hip-hop scene, why he hates flying, and who possesses his all-time favorite butt. So, how does he really feel about Nicki Minaj sampling his song? I say more power to it.
The song samples the Detroit techno single "Technicolor" by Channel One. At the time of its original release, the song caused controversy with its outspoken and blatantly sexual lyrics about women, as well as specific references to the female buttocks which some people found objectionable. The song's music video was briefly banned by MTV.