Combining both anthems that wield the sheer strength of Black female sexual dexterity, received backlash for their explicit music videos, and topped the Billboard Hot 100 was just another smart move for oneboredjeu Mashup, the YouTube user who helmed the “WA&P” remix among countless others.
When the “WAP” rapper discovered the new rendition, she reshared it on her Twitter and wrote, “I like this …ALOT.”
The “WAP” and “S&M” remix specifically flexes two of the nine all-female collaborations that have landed at the No. 1 spot on the Hot 100, with Rihanna’s “S&M” remix, featuring Britney Spears, assisting in the song’s ascension back in April 2011. And just like the controversy caused by the overtly sexual message about female pleasure in the “WAP” lyrics and accompanying visual, 11 countries banned the “S&M” music video nine years ago because of all the “chains and whips” and X-rated imagery that upset radio stations and streaming platforms.
Listen to the epic “WA&P” mashup below.