Top Five White Trash Rap Anthems
5. Bubba Sparxxx, "Ugly"
"Let's be honest -- none of us will ever date a model." So admitted portly Georgia-based rapper Bubba Sparxxx on his Timbaland-produced break-through song. Embracing his less than stellar looks and uncouth taste, the video features mud-wrestling with pigs, a topless man balancing rats on his shoulders, and a middle-aged woman shaving her mustache off. "Take a picture of me," demands Bubba at one point. In the interests of good old-fashioned taste, we'll pass, thanks. 4. Yelawolf, "The Hardest Love Song In The World"
Yelawolf wears his down south, trailer park pedigree proudly. His tender-but-trashy ode to his fantasy girl sees him seducing her by talking about the likes of Axl Rose, Jason from Friday The 13th, and Ozzy Osbourne ripping the head off a bat. Adding to the classiness, Yela then promises a first date that involves shooting random dogs and cats while riding around in a beat-up car. Don't expect him to pick up the check. 3. The Beastie Boys, "(You Gotta) Fight For Your Right (To Party)"
The video to the Beasties' parenthesis-lumbered anthem might seem like tame stuff these days, what with Ad Rock, Mike D and M.C.A. terrorizing a house party largely by spitting beer at people and throwing custard pies around. But back the '80s the trio struck an iconic stand for white trash pride -- a stance aided by the liberal wearing of stone-washed denim and black leather jackets.