In Love With a Dancer: Songs Paying Homage To Strippers

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There’s just something about strippers that makes rappers wanna make a song about them. Drake — notoriously known for name dropping any chick he’s dealt with — has courted a bevy of dancers in this lifetime, most notably, Maliah. The H-Town goddess has found herself mentioned on several songs of Drake’s most notably, “Miss Me” when he rapped, “Tell Maliah, I’m on fire, she should work tonight.” But, Drake isn’t the only one who has a thing for dancers. Several artists have went on to gush about certain dancers or even just pay homage to strippers worldwide. The rappers just appreciate dancers being their muse and sources of inspiration. See which rappers showed love to dancers all around the world.

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Drake – “Houstatlantavegas”

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On his epic mixtape, So Far Gone, Drake crooned his hapless heart away for the dancers from Houston, Atlanta, and Vegas when he recorded “Houstalantvegas.” The standout track was our first real glimpse at Drake as a singer.

Two Chainz –  “Birthday Song”

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Chainz paid homage to pole dancers when he dropped “Birthday Song.” He had everyone in their mama saying, “All I want for my birthday is a big booty ho!”

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