Lil Jon Conan

From "Get Low" to "Snap Ya Fingers," Lil Jon kept the 2000s moving with some of the biggest hits in hip hop, plus his role on Celebrity Apprentice in 2011. With that said, little could top the success and cultural relevance of "Yeah," a collaboration the rapper did with Usher and Ludacris and released in 2004. The song remains a bop to this day, which may be why folks on TikTok are asking about the meaning behind some of the lyrics.

Luckily Lil Jon is hip with the times and on the social media platform to give these much-needed answers to inquisitive zoomers and oblivious millennials. Be warned, though -- when Lil Jon was asked about the line "If you hold the head steady, I'ma milk the cow," you're going to get a not safe for work response.

@liljon

#stitch with @alli_bellairs ???? ???????????

? original sound - Lil Jon

Hopefully, that visual filled in the blanks for the unaware. I'll fess up to the fact that I never knew that's what the line meant, though I assumed it had something to do with breasts. It's a good thing Lil Jon is up on social media to educate folks in 2021 so that teens can now understand the full meaning of this song should it come on in the car with older siblings and parents.

For the record, Lil Jon does not sing the lyric in question in "Yeah," that's Ludacris. With that being said, both Lil Jon and Luda are two of the eight writers credited for that song, so it's fair to say he's qualified to answer these questions. Now, if someone could follow up asking why he used the window and the wall as a unit of measurement in "Get Low," my life would be complete. Beyond that one part, though, I think my understanding of that song is down pat.

For those now remembering Lil Jon for the first time in a while, rest assured that the rapper has appeared frequently in the world of television over the years. He's had quick appearances in shows one may expect, such as The Rap Game, but he's been able to expand his brand to other less hip hop-focused shows. Audiences may have seen him on The Bachelorette a couple of years back, or when he and his wife appeared to explore spaces on Tiny House Nation.

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Be honest: did you know the meaning of the "Yeah" lyric before Lil Jon laid it out on Tik Tok? Let us know in the comments, or share other lyrics from that era of music that were super confusing. CinemaBlend can be your shoulder to cry on, as well as the source for the latest on TV shows and movies being delayed in 2021.

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