- "Hot In Herre" by Nelly
A good rule of thumb when trying to assess if a song is fitting for her striptease is to think of how crazy the dance floor at a club gets when it plays. And this former No. 1 hit from Nelly almost instantly packs it full of dirty, grinding clubbers. It's a three-minute, 49-second, funk-infused, hip-hop orgy, with lyrics like, "So take it off like you're home alone/ You know dance in front your mirror while you're on the phone." Sometimes you have to throw subtlety out the window and just get to the point. So, when St. Louis' finest son, Nelly, politely asks everyone in the room to take off all their clothes, she'll have to comply.
- "Justify My Love" by Madonna
The Material Girl caused quite a commotion with this 1990 single. The saucy video was banned by MTV and she recorded remixes that used bible verses in conjunction with the explicit lyrics. The nerve! It was cowritten with Lenny Kravitz, whom Madonna admitted she was shagging at the time of the recording. Their sexual energy is evident, as jungle drums drive the rhythm and Madonna's coquettish voice moans about "wanting and waiting." You'll be "wanting and waiting" to do very nasty things to the girl who dances to this song for you. If she lets the red-hot song take her away, you'll be all set to justify your lust.
- "Cream" by Prince
Of all cities in the world, it turns out that Minneapolis produced one of the most prolific and sexually charged artists in music history. That, of course, is Prince, and his body of work features songs like "Dirty Mind." From that fertile mind comes this disco-esque romp that is sure to bring out her wild side. Layered on top of porno-sounding guitar riffs are lyrics like "You got the horn so why don't you blow it/You are filthy cute and baby you know it." It definitely puts the "fun" in funky and is the perfect song if she is a bit hesitant to try this. Prince shamelessly enjoys himself while playing "Cream," and this enjoyment is contagious.