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Nasti Muzik

by Aron Gold, Esq.
EDGE Media Network Contributor
Wednesday Aug 13, 2008
Nasti Muzik

"My Neck My Back," possibly one of the most oft-quoted songs ever in the history of the world, is also one of the single best songs ever written. The gross-out song by Khia should have garnered her at least a Grammy, if not a Nobel Prize for sheer genius. Of course, its explicit lyrics raised a few eyebrows, but we all know that if the same themes had left the lips of a male artist, nobody would have batted an eyelash.

Khia is finally back, and the self-proclaimed potty-mouthed Queen of the South has a surprising 20-track record with Nasti Muzik. Can she ever hope to appeal to her gay male audience ever again with a raunchy tune? Well... she certainly busts out the vajeen on several tracks, that's for sure.

Khia starts off strong with bumpy club tunes "Nasti Muzik" and "My Swag." I loved the upbeat track "Be Your Lady," where Khia proclaims several ways she wants to be her man's lady including allllll the freaknasty places she wants to be porked in. Hot. We then move on to some awkward tracks where Khia busts on her competition and then yells at her man for cheatin'. Whut oh! Betta watch out, haters. Thankfully, closer to the end of the album, we are treated to lighter tracks such as "Geeked Up" and ending with "Steer," which would both make hot club tracks.

Most of the album drags, but god love that tongue, cause Khia whips it out where she needs to sully up the tracks. Each one is laced with its own little nastiness, which is what we love about our Miss Thug Misses. Thrown in throughout the album are a few shorter acappella tracks known as "skits." I especially liked the one where Khia repeats the word for female dog over and over. It's like she's SPEAKING RIGHT TO ME!

No, she won't gain mainstream appeal, but for those of us that appreciated, nay... live and died for "My Neck My Back" will certainly fall in love with Nasti Muzik. Go out and get it!

Khia, Nasti Muzik, Tommy Boy records.

Aron is a contributor to Edge, focusing on critiques and local events. He is an attorney in Philadelphia.


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