Sir Mix-A-Lot Launches App To Commemorate ‘Baby Got Back’ 20th Anniversary
Seattle-based rapper Six-Mix-A-Lot is commemorating the upcoming 20th anniversary of his 1992 smash "Back Got Back" ... with an app based on the song.
The booty-based app, named after the song, comes "fully-packed with a buttload of hands-on features", reads its description.
Some of those features include:
"Mix Makeover" photo lab: allows you to take a new or existing photo and manipulate any aspect that appeals. With the twist of your fingers, you can blow-up and stretch any visual assets--fore and aft, tops or bottoms--to suit individual taste before sharing the results with friends.
"Ba Dunka Dunk" club game: a fast-paced romp through a virtual clubland where back and booty rule. The aim is to fill hot pants in motion as you tilt your device from side-to-side, maneuvering the booty girls around obstacles and into the right fit. The better you get, the faster the action.
Sir Mix-a-Lot's Booty Calls: you can take hear the master get down to business and draw the fine distinctions between Da Onion, Donkey, Switch & Drop, the Hip Gripper, the Palm, the Crash Helmet, or Thong blesser.
It also includes a social media "Text Mix," and ... of course, the music video for his smash single, "Baby Got Back", which was briefly banned by MTV the year it was released.
The Baby Got Back app is available now at iTunes App Store for just $0.99.