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My Humps (3 Mixes) (4 Tracks) Single, Enhanced, Maxi

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1. My Humps - Black Eyed Peas
2. My Humps - Black Eyed Peas
3. So Real - Black Eyed Peas

Product Description

BLACK EYED PEAS My Humps (2005 UK 4-track enhanced CD single - Taken from the Monkey Business album it sees Fergie take centre stage including Lil Jon Remix Non-Album Bonus Recording So Real plus CD-Rom Video)

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Amazon.com: 32 reviews
14 of 18 people found the following review helpful
*beats head into keyboard* Feb. 18 2006
By Shotgun Method - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This is the Worst. Song. Ever.

"My humps, my lovely lady lumps?" WTF BBQ, people. I haven't heard a more exploitative, filthy, and totally unredeeming song yet. And the club-ready vapid beats are catchier than hell, of course, meaning that this audio abortion will stick in your head just long enough to ensure that you're in a straitjacket by the end of the week.

Man, I always knew The Black Eyed Peas were pathetic but I didn't realize their goal was to outsuck the Simpson Sisters, Hanson, N'Sync, Lil' John, Gwen Stefani and 50 Cent combined. Mission accomplished, gents. This makes me wanna die.
11 of 15 people found the following review helpful
The type of song that Eminem will prove his theory right. Jan. 30 2006
By Priscilla Eliza "Halliwell" - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This is not much of a review. But I'm expressing my OPINION here:

When Eminem and all his fellow "dope" rappers degrade women, the words, "sl*t, whore" and all other words used to describe female promiscuity will inevitably pop up.

The fact that the female body is created in a manner, that it can be used as a tool of exploition, especially for sinful male pleasures, can't-help-but-to-glue-your-eyes-to-some-parts, distractions and other indecent uses, are being put together subtly into this song called "My Humps", preferably the main two body parts, on the back and the front.

My point is, SOME females are WILLING to be used as exploition, deliberately behaving in that manner, evoking feminine wiles to males who can't help it. That is one of the reasons why Eminem disses females (I think). The (sad) fact is, most females, most notably from the entertainment industry are similar to this taboo.

"My Humps", not only speaks of the female body parts, also speaks of how the female herself doesn't mind being used as exploition, from the lyrics:

I drive these brothers crazy,

I do it on the daily,

They treat me really nicely,

They buy me all these iceies.

Dolce & Gabbana,

Fendi and Donna Karan

they be sharin'

All their money got me wearin fly , whether I ain't askin,

They say they love my a$$ `n,

Seven Jeans, True Religion,

I say no, but they keep givin'

So I keep on takin'

And no I ain't takin'

We can keep on datin'

Now keep on demonstrating.

Yup, it means that as long as she gets rewarded for this (in terms of riches), she won't mind driving the lusty males crazy by treating them to a joke or two, using her assets only females have.

This song has a very catchy, infectious and foot-tapping beat. One can't help but bop along to the song. Such a shame the lyrics are shallow and attention-seeking. I can't tell if this song's lyrics are more repulsive than Pussycat dolls' "don't cha".
6 of 8 people found the following review helpful
Musical Excrement Feb. 15 2006
By Kab00m - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This song is base, juvenile, and completely lacking of any taste or value. To say that this is musical excrement doesn't do it justice. If there were words more vile than what our language considers "curse words," they might do.

It is utterly worthless. The music is thin and synthetic. The words evoke no emotion nor thoughts with any semblence of depth or meaning. When the lyrics rhyme (not that that is necessary) they do so in the most childish manner (the "bad/sad" variety).

This is faux-ghetto material. I suspect her humps/lumps are merely her 4th illegitate child and most recent outbreak of herpes.

To think that this hit #3 on the charts and has received the airplay that it has makes me realize the dire condition of our culture. The next time you hear of "sex slaves" or the sex trade in some 3rd world county, remember that America's own children have been sold as "pimps," "hos," and "porn stars" towards the profit of evil ones.
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
I'm going to pretend this didn't get airplay March 2 2006
A Kid's Review - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Out of all the songs on the new Black Eyed Peas album, I hated this one most. It has the worst rhythm, beat, and lyrics that I think they possibly could conjure. When I started hearing it on the radio I almost died. This is quite possibly the worst song ever created, it is sick, and does not belong on the hit station or on any station. The rest of the album is so good, so it is beyond me why they made this a hit. It is terrible in every aspect, and so is the video. IT scares me that anyone would actually like this song.
10 of 14 people found the following review helpful
Awful Song Dec 24 2005
By musicfan - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
My Humps should have been called my dumps, this has got to be one of the worst songs I've seen, everything about it is horrible, the lyrics look like king kong, the rapping is terrible, the beats are pitiful and the cover is a mess.

One of the absolute worst songs of the year, no doubt about that.

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