Christina Aguilera And Nicki Minaj Seek Aural Pleasure With New Track “Woo Hoo”

May 10th, 2010 // 10 Comments

Master of subtlety Christina Aguilera apparently still has her mind in the gutter. Xtina teamed up with go-to featured-rap gal Nicki Minaj for the upbeat dance track “Woo Hoo,” and if you think these two women are singing about anything other than their lady parts, you clearly have lived a very sheltered life. Jump below to listen to “Woo Hoo,” a track which may as well have been called “The Vagina Monologues.”

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“You know you really wanna taste my (woo hoo!),” sings Xtina and Nicki on the Claude Kelly-penned, Polow Da Don-produced track. ”You know you wanan take a peek, wanna see my (woo hoo!), you know you wanna put your lips where my hips are, kiss my (woo hoo!)”

If there’s one person who can match Christina Aguilera’s naughtiness, it’s Nicki Minaj, so these two pretty much make a perfect pair for this type of song.  And as far as catchiness goes, this one is miles ahead of “Not Myself Tonight,” a song we still can’t hum to save our lives. We can already hear the “woo hoo!” chorus (which reminds us a little bit of Gwen Stefani’s ”Hollaback Girl”) being sung by clubgoers on the dancefloor.

But… really, Christina? A barely-veiled song about oral sex? When you’ve already got a track about wanting to get with all the boys and the girls and telling haters to ef-off? How much of Bionic is just Christina being sexually explicit for the sake of being sexually explicit? At this point in her career, it all comes off as ”been there, had sex with that.”

At least the song is catchy. Although we think she should have just tacked this sentiment on at the end:

  1. I have no doubt if this was the other way around and a guy was singing/rapping something like this, you wouldn’t be so critical. Britney can sing about threesomes and strip down in her “Toxic” and “Womanizer” videos, but the critics seem out for blood when Christina decides to get a little racy.

    • You mean if a guy was singing about wanting girls to suck his dick? I don’t think I would call that very subtle, either. I do like the beat and sound of the song, I just think this is way too “try hard.” Britney didn’t get very explicit with “3″‘s lyrics, and the nudity in “Womanizer” was actually pretty classy, as far a nudity in music videos goes. I actually love how tongue-in-cheek Christina is on “Candyman,” which is a pretty sexual song but doesn’t include crude lyrics like “all the boys think it’s cake when they taste my woo hoo.”

  2. 4Real

    I think Emerence said it all.
    Love the track!

  3. Dzero

    Hot track!! this girl has been kicking ass for over a decade, one of the few artists out there i actually look forward to hearing

  4. Remember a song called “Get Low” by Lil John that top the billboard charts. Huh, I wonder what he was talking about? The Ying Yang Twins’s “Wait (The Whisper Song)” definitely doesn’t leave anything to the imagination and yet still they didn’t get as much criticism as Christina. I’m guessing you’re also not a fan of Kelis’ “Milkshake” or Rihanna’s “Rude Boy”, which also topped the charts. Britney’s “3″ wasn’t explicit, but what she’s singing about isn’t exactly innocent, like “Touch of My Hand” or “Gimme More”. I guess for most people it’s OK for women to sing about anything sexually, only as long as it’s in a cute, innocent way.

  5. Farrah

    Uh-huh, what about Lil Wayne’s “Lollipop”:

    “But man I ain’t never seen a ass like hers (yeah)
    That pussy in my mouth had me lost for words (yeah)
    So I told her to back it up like berp berp (yeah)
    And I made that ass jump like jerp, jerp (jueeerp) (yeah)
    And thats when she-she-she licked me like a lollipop (yeah) (oh yeah I like that)”

    Or 50 Cent’s “Candy Shop”:

    “I’ll take you to the candy shop
    I’ll let you lick the lollipop
    Go ‘head girl, don’t you stop
    Keep goin ’til you hit the spot (whoa)”

    Or any R.Kelly song ever, I could go on with endless examples of male artists blatantly singing/rapping about sex, but you get my point.

    • Oh, I know it happens a lot in music – there’s tons more songs about guys and their penises and oral sex than there is women singing about guys going down on them. So brava to Christina for female empowerment? But regardless, I don’t think either of those songs (“Lollipop” and “Candy Shop”) are particularly subtle/clever, either. What both those songs AND “Woo Hoo” have are good beats and catchy hooks, which is ultimately the most important part of making your song a hit.

  6. Farrah

    ^^ Above post was supposed to be a reply to Becky Bain.

    On the other hand, this song feels just as uninspired as the previous single. We get it Christina, you’re a sexual person who enjoys sex. Is every song on your new album going to be about JUST that? We don’t need a poor man’s Erotica, thank you.

  7. It’s definitely not winning any awards for clever subtlety, but honestly I appreciate that Christina and Minaj have essentially come up with a rebuttal to that godawful “Say Aaah” (which the parents who had their panties in such a twist when Britney made a dirty little spelling joke seem to have no issues with… “Oh, what an adorable song about baby food!”). I say if male singers/rappers can sing about ejaculating in a submissive female’s mouth without Clear Channel censors raising an eyebrow, then the girls have every right to warble about the appetizing nature of their own genitalia.

  8. Me

    “Say Ahh” is not about jizzing in someones mouth. It’s about pouring champagne in someones mouth. They even say, ” Dont know where your glass is.” and “No hands” Trust if Trey Songz wanted to make that kinda song he would been way less subtle as he seems to be setting himself up as the new R. Kelly. The song is like “Blame It” they even reference it. It’s about being drunk and getting someone else drunk so you can sleep with them and use booze as your excuse.

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