Get Ur Freak On
This is similar to the use of freak out in the 1978 disco hit by Chic.
should be noted that freak also has a sexual meaning,
which is no doubt on Elliot's mind as she urges the dancers to grab some
ass. As an example, remember the 1975 song Lady Marmalade (On her
black satin sheets is where he started to freak…) which Elliot
remade in 2001 for the movie Moulin Rouge. As an adjective,
freaking has also been used as a more polite way to say
fucking since the 1920s.
So what's Get
Ur Freak On about? I'd say the song is mostly about dancing, but
if you're at a club and someone asks if you'd like to get your freak on,
you should probably consider both meanings before you answer.
Get Rich or Die Trying * Big Girl Panties
* Does the Carpet Match the Curtains? *
The Shocker *
Double Clicking the Mouse *
Nice Ride! * Bulldagger *
Where's the Beef? *
Scissor Sisters *
Skeet! Skeet! Skeet! *
Get Your Eagle On *
On the Down
* Does God
* Frontin' & Trippin'
What's a Home Run?
* Sell the Sizzle and not
* Hair of
* That Sucks!
* What's Gaslighting?
* My Boyfriend Called Me a Bitch
* Help! I Can't Understand Friends
* Glocks & Gats
I Get my Freak on?
* Queef Problems
* The Cat's Meow