16 Songs, 47 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Following in the grand sex-rap tradition pioneered by Lil Kim, Foxy Brown, and Trina, Khia is a Florida-based emcee who burst on the scene in 2002 with this, her debut album. Despite the low-budget cover art and generic Dirty South production, it became a legitimate hit—thanks mostly to the tremendously popular lead single "My Neck, My Back (Lick It)," an ode to oral gratification that remains a staple of strip clubs and bachelorette parties more than a decade later. Four more albums would follow, but none made much of an impact, relegating Khia to one-hit-wonder/"where are they now?" status. Even so, there are a few other jams in this mix; skip the devastatingly annoying skits and go straight to "F*ck Dem Other Hoes," "I Know You Want It," "The K-Wang," and the surprisingly sensitive dedication to her late mother, "You My Girl."

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Following in the grand sex-rap tradition pioneered by Lil Kim, Foxy Brown, and Trina, Khia is a Florida-based emcee who burst on the scene in 2002 with this, her debut album. Despite the low-budget cover art and generic Dirty South production, it became a legitimate hit—thanks mostly to the tremendously popular lead single "My Neck, My Back (Lick It)," an ode to oral gratification that remains a staple of strip clubs and bachelorette parties more than a decade later. Four more albums would follow, but none made much of an impact, relegating Khia to one-hit-wonder/"where are they now?" status. Even so, there are a few other jams in this mix; skip the devastatingly annoying skits and go straight to "F*ck Dem Other Hoes," "I Know You Want It," "The K-Wang," and the surprisingly sensitive dedication to her late mother, "You My Girl."

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics.
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Ratings and Reviews

3.3 out of 5
77 Ratings

77 Ratings

Ricardo F. Gonzalez ,

OK People Seriously!

alright let me start off by saying that this album is really not that bad. If you listen to all the stuff out there now, this is just the same. What I found out about khia is that Lil Jon and all those people rap the same way and we find it acceptable to listen to it and yet we find Khia vulgar! Please. Why don't you guys admin that you know you like the beats and if you listen to the lyrics you could find out hat this is really not that bad and is upfront about it's sexuality. It's not hidden in friendly lyrics like what is on the public radio now which is worse due to the fact that the real meanings of the songs are far worse than this. It's like having your child sing about it and not knowing what they are singing about . THAT is horrific. At least with this we can learn to appreciate music that is honest with itself and if it offends, then maybe those people need to broaden thier horizons about music. I am also saying that this album does have a few flaws as well. It might peak over the top just a little bit but this should be nothing out of the ordinary. And what is this crap about her not being good looking! What does good looks have to do with music? In some venues it might hepl but tell me when you have seen a video of her. When do you want to picture her when you listen to music? it makes no sense. We need to appreciate music as a form of expression. Thug Misses might seem over the top trashy at certain points but seriously, You did enjoy it didn't you. You like to dare yourself to listen to it don't you. bash this artist all you want but you should also direct it towards Eminem, Lil Jon, Yin Yang Twins and all those rappers. Because it just wouldn't be fair to bash Khia for being a woman rapper but the men can get away with it, Come on! It disgusts me sometimes! What logic is this people! That is my two cents.

Queen "B" ,

don' be skurrd

don' hate! dis iz da bizomb! I lurvs dat song my neck my back! Khia gots it goin on!! much luv 2 ya gurl! peeps jus need to recogniz talent! Where teh vid at?

LancasterL ,

HA!

HAHAHAHHAHAHHAAHHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHA....this is one of the best artists alive! she is unique-and really cool. did i mention that khia is really cool. i am not sure if the album was meant to be funny-but it is-and it's great. i mean, "My Neck, My Back" has been entertaining me for about 3 years now.....and "The K-Wang" is classic. Shoot foo' dis shi- is off da chain.

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