Watch: Back In The ’90s, Fred Durst, Lil Kim + Tommy Lee Made One Hell Of A Raunchy Nu Metal Song

Fred Durst: Antje Naumann (AllSystemsRed), CC BY-SA 3.0, Wikimedia Commons / Lil Kim: Lil Kim Facebook / Tommy Lee: Motley Crue Facebook
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Back in the ’90s there came a musical gem that featured the likes of Mötley Crüe drummer Tommy Lee, rapper Lil Kim, and Limp Bizkit singer Fred Durst. The three artists joined forces to create a song that not only makes for an interesting nu metal composition, but also an incredibly horny cut.

The song, titled “Get Naked,” starts with a naked Tommy Lee watching TV. Some of the scenes on the television involve his ex-wife, Pamela Anderson. Lee is nude in the video and there’s a long bar blocking out the site of where his junk would be. It is also worth noting that Lee is rapping in the song, and honestly, he does an okay job.

Of course, Tommy can’t live up to the rhyming skills of that of Fred Durst. The Limp Bizkit frontman comes in and starts talking about getting naked and such. Apparently, the whole theme of this music video, if the song title didn’t give it away, is all about getting down and being naked.

Along with other appearances in the music video, such as Mix Master Mike and George Clinton, rapper Lil Kim also appears in the video and provides her rap skills (all while topless).

“Get Naked” is one hell of a ’90s gem. Not only does it feature a unique array of artists from different musical styles, but it also makes for one hell of a banger! You can check out the NSFW music video for “Get Naked,” featuring Tommy Lee, Lil Kim, and Fred Durst, below.

Speaking of Tommy Lee, did you happen to hear how the drummer uploaded a photo of his genitalia recently to social media? A censored photo of Tommy Lee’s photo has been provided, which you can check out for yourself by following the link below.

Photo: Tommy Lee Is Trending On Social Media After Uploading A Pic Of His Junk Online

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