Let it Whip: Favorite Kinky Songs?


Killer kinky funky tune: “Let it Whip” by The Dazz Band.

In light of Janet Jackson’s latest album release, entitled “Discipline,” which my local newspaper derided as “digitized porn,” I thought it was time for a kinky-music related post, asking readers to offer up their favorite naughty spanko-related tunes.

Perhaps Madonna’s “Hanky Panky”? “Smack That” by Akon? And keep in mind there is a DJ Spank Rock, though his devilishly creative hip-hop creations seem decidely un-kinky.

Personally, I’m something of a music geek. I hang out in the acoustic guitar room at Guitar Center for fun.

I’ve dabbled with acoustic guitar and fingerstyle blues; blown a lot of blues harmonica; and recently bought a cherry-red colored ukulele.

In a rare moment of musical whimsy, I bought a new 45 record (gasp!) from a local rockabilly band, though my last record player was a Sears special that went to the Salvation Army 20 years ago…

That’s the second 45 this blogger ever bought. The first was Chaka Kahn’s funktastic classic “I Feel For You” that was purchased in the mid 80’s.

Anyway, enough rambling on and now to the point! Since this is a spanking blog, I’m curious as to what readers’ favest kinky-themed songs are? Comments and feedback are welcome and encouraged as always.

My fav is the killer classic “Let it Whip” by the Dazz Band, a sizzling, hypnotic, driving funk tune which features one of the tightest bass lines ever recorded.

What a perfectly produced tune. Just hit “Play” above and give it a spin.

According to All Music Guide:

Once the group veered away from the more melodic, pop-oriented dance music that dominated their debut and started playing a tougher, more groove-oriented funk, the Dazz Band began racking up the hits. “Let It Whip,” taken from their second album Keep It Live (1982), reached number five and won a Grammy Award for Best Performance by an R&B Vocal Duo or Group.

Another kink-related tunes that come to mind is the recent club banger and headache-inducing “Smack That” by the allegedly talented Akon, a song of dubious distinction that I saw performed live by a local hip-hop band that, nonetheless, had women climbing on stage to shake it on down. Wish I had a camera that evening.

Anyway, keep on listening,
DJ Cherry Red D-

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