NSFW Week Leftovers: A Ratchet Work Playlist

They say there's a time and place for everything, especially when it comes to your music. Your job is the perfect place to set some tunes on repeat and move your way through a pile of work. Unfortunately, some music can make for an awkward atmosphere when they aren't kid friendly. We all have our ratchet playlist- the highly offensive, profanity-laced tracks that we bop our heads to anyway.

These are songs you don't want to play at high volume in the workplace. Trust us: we tried already. Click through to see if any of your guilty pleasures made our NSFW list.

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TLC- "Good at Being Bad"

NSFW Lyric: I need a crunk tight nxgga/Makes seven figgas/Laced with a platinum/Not the silver shit nxgga/And still seek her/Ten inch or bigga/Know how to lick it and stick it/Wha wha

Nas & Bravehearts- "Oochie Wally"

NSFW Lyric: When it comes to sex I'm similar to the thriller in manilla/Bxtches call me Horse the puxxy filler/I'll fxck a big boned or slim chick/Beat that puxxy up real quick then send home the bxtch

Khia- "My Neck, My Back (Lick It)"

NSFW Lyric: Then you roll your tongue, from the crack back to the front/then suck it off til I shake and cxm nxgga/make sure I keep bustin nuts nxgga/all over your face and stuff

Shawnna- "Gettin' Some Head"

NSFW Lyric: You know you nxgga want a bxtch like me/Apple bottoms with the wife beater rockin' nikes/All the nxggas in the hood wanna call her wifey/If you got a pretty dollar then I probably might be

Ying Yang Twins- "Wait (The Whisper Song)"

NSFW Lyric: You like to fxck, have yo legs open all in da butt/Do it up slappin ass cuz the sex gets rough/Switch the positions and ready to get down to business/So you can see what you've been missin'

David Banner- "Play"

NSFW Lyric: Finger fxck your puxxy like you want some, girl/Work it like a nxgga straight licking on your pearl/I wanna see you cum in the middle of the dance floor/A nxgga can't fxck, what you think your finger made for

Akinyele- "Put It in My Mouth"

NSFW Lyric: Go down kinda slow or even fast/I'm always sprung once I feel your tongue in the crack of my ass/Just eatin me-nxgga/
Goin out like that boy you pack such a tasty treat

Pretty Ricky- "Grind on Me"

NSFW Lyric: I like to catch her when she coming home/Lights out with the Cherry thong/Eat her up like a Sundae cone/But as of morning/You got me open/Love John is strokin'/No jokin'/Coochie swollen/The bedroom smokin'/
Get some air up in this room girl (ah ah ah ah)

Snoop Dogg- "Sexual Eruption"

NSFW Lyric: See, my game is outrageous/I got her to the crib and exchanged some fxck faces/But it wasn't no use for me to bust one/
Cause I wanted her to have an eruption

Lil Wayne ft. Kanye West- "Lollipop (Remix)"

NSFW Lyric: Shawty say she wanna lick the rapper/And she gonna lick the rapper/And I just wanna act like a porno-flicking actor/I (Anita Bake) her, now she caught up in that (Rapture)

Lil Kim- "How Many Licks"

NSFW Lyric: Puerto Rican papi, used to be a Deacon/But now he be sucking me off on the weekend/And this black dude I called King Kong/He had a big ass dxck and a hurricane tongue

Tyga ft. 2 Chainz- "Do My Dance"

NSFW Lyric: I’m all in her red skin, like I play for Washington/I’m five eight, but six ten/My dxck stand like Superman

Ludacris- "Puxxy Poppin"

NSFW Lyric: Im rubbin clits so stay in catch don’t try to duck and miss/(Bxtch!) Do your stretches don’t pull no hamstrings/You got me movin infact your doin the damn thang

Three Six Mafia- "Slob on my Knob"

NSFW Lyric: Slob on my knob/Like corn on the cobCheck in with me, and do your job/Lay on the bed, and give me head/Don't have to ask, don't have to beg/Juicy is my name/Sex is my game/Let's call the boys, let's run a train


Eazy E.- "Gimme That Nut"

NSFW Lyric: Pulled off my draws and we started to begin/ Now tha puxxy's wet, so my dxck slides in/Oh, hiddy hiddy hiddy you hoe/Ridin' from the back, so I'm fxckin' kinda slow

Trillville- "Some Cut"

NSFW Lyric: Take you home, and maybe we could bone or something/It's no limits to what we do,cause tonight we cutting, gut busting/I'm digging in your walls something viscious/With your legs to the ceiling, catch a nut someting serious

Too Short- "Cocktales"

NSFW Lyric: Take you home, and maybe we could bone or something/It's no limits to what we do,cause tonight we cutting, gut busting/I'm digging in your walls something viscious/With your legs to the ceiling, catch a nut someting serious

2 Live Crew- "Pop That Puxxy"

NSFW Lyric: I like big booty and big ol' titties Bxtch/ you know you've been fxcked by many/So come and be my Private Dancer/I got some money if that's the answer

Riskay- "Smell Yo Dick"

NSFW Lyric: You want a new bxtch to fxck that's fine but don't fxck hers and try to fxck mine/You keep tellin me you ain't touch her but some keep tellin me you dun fxcked her/and I ain't that bxtch you want to play wit nxgga/drop them boxers let me smell yo dxck

Rihanna ft. Chris Brown- "Cake (Remix)"

NSFW Lyric: Girl I wanna fxck you right now (right now)/Been a long time, I’ve been missing your body/Let me-let me turn the lights down/When I go down, it’s a private party

Trina- "Look Back at Me"

NSFW Lyric: I got an ass so big like the sun/Hope you got a mile for a dxck I wanna run/Slap it in my face shove it down my throat/Nxgga where your blunt I can make this puxxy smoke

Plies- "Becky"

NSFW Lyric: Like puxxy, love head/Will pay ya, I got that bread/open ya mouth before you open yo legs/Man down, I am dead

Cam'ron ft. Lil Wayne- "Suck It or Not"

NSFW Lyric: Huh? My dxck hard as a motherfxcker/You don't what?! tell that shxt to another sucker/I ain't no sucker mama, come on fxck the drama/And kiss it down, lil pucker-rama

Petey Pablo- "Freek A Leek"

NSFW Lyric: I need a girl that I can freak wit/and wanna try shit/and ain't scared of a big dick/And love to get her pussy licked/by another bitch/cus I ain't drunk enough to do that.

Nelly- "Tip Drill"

NSFW Lyric: Now mama girl you gotta friend that don't mind joinin in/I'm a tipdrill, cause I'm a tipdrill

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Aaliyah’s music is the landmark for a lot of your favs not only was she ahead of her time with her futuristic sounds she also was a fashion Icon dancer and phenomenal actress . The future generations need be exposed to her artistry and pay homage .#FreeAaliyahMusic pic.twitter.com/LxZfxcqRgF

— Black Clover (@la_alchemist) March 29, 2020

Her first #1 solely based on AirPlay! She was the first ! #FreeAaliyahMusic pic.twitter.com/BHlANZjCGZ

— (@hodeciii) March 29, 2020

Makes no sense for someone still so influential to be hidden. Many try to emulate her. On Spotifys This is Aaliyah playlist, theres some great tracks not on her main Spotify #FreeAaliyahMusic pic.twitter.com/vLqLTVxqO9

— Blackity Black⁷ (@ClaudBuzzzz) March 29, 2020

Aaliyah is trending once again. She deserves endless flowers. This is true impact y’all. Her voice, her sound, her music...She’s been gone for 2 decades and y’all see the love for her is even stronger! We miss you baby girl! #FreeAaliyahMusic pic.twitter.com/ALDcT0ZQxR

— A A L I Y A H (@forbbygrlaali) March 30, 2020

Aaliyah said she wanted to be remembered for her music and yet most of it is not on streaming services #FreeAaliyahMusic pic.twitter.com/zwk0AWMCoE

— RJR (@MyNewEssence96) March 29, 2020

aaliyah’s gems like more than a woman deserve to be in streaming sites #FreeAaliyahMusic pic.twitter.com/mM2GWEg1pe

— k (@grandexrocky) March 30, 2020

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— jerrica✨ (@jerricaofficial) March 29, 2020

Before Megan The Stallion drove the boat...

Aaliyah rocked the boat...

#FreeAaliyahMusic pic.twitter.com/iXNwssD3sY

— Al’Bei (@_albei) March 29, 2020

i think we should have that conversation #FreeAaliyahMusic pic.twitter.com/cGl269tuTr

— AALIYAH LEGION (@AaliyahLegion) April 1, 2020

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