(Chop Suey) "My Neck, My Back (Lick It)" is the song for which rapper Khia Chambers will forever be remembered; if she could be considered the 2000s-era Adina Howard, then this song is her "Freak Like Me." Its demands are simple: Come with some reciprocity (and thoroughness) on the oral—a sex act that male rappers typically demand three times before they even say their own name on a song. The best sentence I read on Wikipedia today: "The main poetry of the song is an encouragement of both cunnilingus and anilingus." Yes, the stakes were raised on "Lick It," and we should rightfully consider Khia a warrior for women's proper due between the sheets and between the cheeks—the fact that she couldn't seem to spell the word "respect" during her brief tenure on VH1's Miss Rap Supreme (possibly her only other claim to fame) notwithstanding.