The 50 Best Rap Songs by Women

32. Khia "My Neck, My Back (Lick It)" (2002)

Album: Thug Misses

One of the lewdest singles to enjoy widespread popular success, "My Neck, My Back (Lick It)" is one of the most lasciviously perfect songs in rap music history. The song, it was reported at the time, was written by Philly-born Floridian Khia in under 15 minutes. Produced by Michael "Taz" Williams and Plat'num House, the song was the lead single from Khia's Thug Misses, the cover art for which featured the rapper/producer/songwriter on all fours. Everything about "My Neck, My Back" feels dirty, as it should; the song is basically a salute to both cunni- and annilingus. It's an indulgence, something just outside of "appropriate"-which makes it perfectly appropriate that the song peaked just outside of the Top 40. For some reason, Memphis Bleek appeared on the "My Neck, My Back (Lick It) (Remix)," which feels both random and perfect. Khia would go on to release three more albums (Gangstress, Nasti Muzik, and last year's MotorMouf aka Khia Shamone). Of late, Khia...well, we'll just leave you with this. —David Drake

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