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Great Job, Internet!: We may never know what “Bust A Move” is about

For decades now, people have wondered what the fuck Young MC is talking about in the final verse of his 1990 megahit “Bust A Move.” The last verse of the track details a wedding-night hook-up—you’re the best man, and a bridesmaid catches your eye, and later you meet on the dance floor to, as the song would insist, bust a move. The mystery comes in the opening bars, as Young MC specifies wh
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