The 25 Best Strip Club Songs
08 Feb 2015
The Best Strip Club Songs of All Time
We Found this list of great Strip Club Songs! It is amazing, so we wanted to share it with all of our fans! Enjoy!
Dedicated to acrobatic, multi-tasking strippers — handstands are mentioned — this lecherous song, accompanied by a hazy video that ruled BET Uncut, captures the late-night ATL strip-club vibe perfectly.
Luke, “I Wanna Rock (Doo Doo Brown)”
Perhaps the most famous Miami bass song of all time, this uptempo call-and-response classic from the 2 Live Crew front man is ideal for rapid-fire twerking.
Big Sean feat. Nicki Minaj, “Dance (A$$)” Remix
With thunderous, cellulite-shaking 808s and a pervy verse from Nicki Minaj, this 2012 hit delivers on its self-explanatory title.
Ying Yang Twins feat. Lil Jon and the Eastside Boyz, “Salt Shaker”
This 2003 crunk classic, featuring hilarious ad libs and creepy plucked guitar and synths, still causes mayhem on the pole 10 years later.
Juvenile, “Back That Azz Up”
Juvenile’s monster 1998 blockbuster took New Orleans bounce to living rooms worldwide. At this point it’s likely more grandmothers have backed it up to Mannie Fresh’s classical beat than strippers.
Ying Yang Twins, “Wait”
In the wrong hands this song is a creepy flasher’s anthem. In the strip club though, with its breathy come-ons and ass-shaking 808s, it’s a boom-boom room classic.
2 Chainz, “I Luv Dem Stripperz” feat. Nicki Minaj
2 Chainz isn’t ashamed to say he’s a strip-ophile, and with this 2012 song’s hypnotizing synths and trap hi-hats, perfect for pole positioning, it’s fair to assume they love him right back.
Tyga, “Rack City”
French Montana, “Pop That” feat. Lil Wayne and Rick Ross
French Montana went straight to the source for this one. If you want to get strip clubs motivated, you can’t do any better than sampling “I Wanna Rock (Doo Doo Brown),” which has inspired over two decades of rain-making.
Juicy J, “Bandz a Make Her Dance”
The song that set off Juicy J’s unlikely solo revival, with a hypnotizing, repetitive hook and beat that are the ideal backdrop for Juicy’s blunt assessment of booty-club economics and his own ratchet addition.
Snoop Dogg, “Drop It Like It’s Hot”
Rihanna, “Pour It Up”
The world’s favorite strip-club-patronizing pop princess linked up with Mike Will Made It to basically transform “Bandz a Make Her Dance” into an R&B song.
Lil Jon and the East Side Boyz, “Get Low”
This 2002 banger from Lil Jon still has strip spots getting crunk, from the windows to the walls and beyond, with his signature screamed ad libs and synthesizer beats.
Mystikal, “Shake It Fast”
Loverance, “Up!” feat. 50 Cent
Neither strip clubs nor hip hop songs are places known for soft, tender love-making. This ode to “beating it up” helped Loverance graduate from the Bay Area to the majors (and a 50 Cent feature on the remix).
Lil Wayne, “Lollipop”
This 2008 song may have set off Lil Wayne‘s overuse of Auto-tuned singing, but strip clubs still have a double-D-size soft spot for it.
T-Pain, “I’m N Luv (Wit a Stripper)”
With its syrupy melodies and slow tempo, this top-10 hit has been the soundtrack for googly-eyed, big-tipping johns sitting right next to the stage since 2005.
Too $hort, “Blow the Whistle”
One of the few songs on this list that wasn’t specifically made for the strip club, but the creepy bass line and too-easy double entendres made it a pole favorite regardless.
R. Kelly, “Feelin’ on Yo Booty”
R. Kelly‘s hilarious 2001 hit is arguably the best strip club slow jam of all time.
Khia, “My Neck, My Back (Lick It)”
There are plenty of songs about men telling women how to get them off; Khia made a strip club classic by finally doing the opposite.
Drake, who probably knows a few things about falling in love with a stripper himself, made the most emo song on this list by crooning about three strip-club meccas.
Fat Joe, “Make It Rain” feat. Lil Wayne
This Scott Storch-produced classic helped coin the phrase synonymous with spending way too much money in a booty club. Is it mere coincidence that the great recession happened just two years later?
Waka Flocka Flame, “Round of Applause” feat. Drake
Waka‘s songs are normally known for shutting down night clubs, but this ode to booty dexterity is better suited for pole-dancing than bouncer-punching.
Gangsta Boo, “Where Dem Dollas At”
As this 1998 single from Three-6 affiliate Gangsta Boo shows, money makes both the world and stripper body parts go ’round.
Travis Porter, “Make It Rain”
Fat Joe’s 2006 hit popularized the term “make it rain,” but this song’s slow bass hits and catchy hook are much better suited for actually doing so in a strip club.