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The answer, unequivocally, is yes. You just might have to look a little harder to find it.
What would rock music be without the sexual innuendo and double entendre? Come on, we all love songs about sex. Usually, though, they’re from the guy’s perspective. But with Hinder’s “Ladies Come First,” it’s an ode to the sexy girls getting ready for a Friday night clubbing, drinking, dancing on the bar and getting wild. And, of course, there’s the double entendre—when she’s being a bad girl, she want’s a guy that’s gonna give her what she doesn’t get at home. “You’re gonna slip that shot and put your ring in your purse ‘cause tonight, ladies come first.” Now what dancer can’t identify with that?!
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If “Don’t Kiss Deez Hoez” by Stack$ and Trina doesn’t find its way onto the regular playlists of such urban adult clubs as King of Diamonds in Miami, Magic City in Atlanta, Onyx in Philadelphia or Sin City in the Bronx, something has gone seriously cray-cray (sorry, couldn’t resist!). The track is a not-so-subtle nod to the girls that you wouldn’t want to kiss ... but if they want to kiss you (ahem ...), it’s all good. But turnabout is fair play, as Trina offers the female perspective on the guys that haven’t earned anything except a quick trip “down south.” Kiss at your own risk!
Before this party, Lupe Fuentes, frontgirl of the fish-netted, glam-smash The Ex-girlfriends, was an adult film star and popular feature entertainer. By appearing as more than just a party in someone’s pants now (and following in the footsteps of Traci Lords who reinvented her notoriety for fleeting dancefloor fame, too), Fuentes and four other, rather indistinguishable back-up brunettes “formed” The Ex-girlfriends, a sugar-high Spice Girls for those who buy bedazzled lip gloss and find LMFAO’s lyrics too obtuse. Strip club DJs know a few of those, so prepare to play this per their request. Remember, they are the party...THEY ARE THE PARTY! We are witnesses.