Camiele’s Best of Sexy Music of 2011
Hello, all. As it seems that the trend for the end of the year is Best Of lists, I decided to jump on the bandwagon and add my little list to the fray.
I was going to go with something along the lines of the Best of Music I Discovered in 2011, which would’ve been a list including songs and artists that may or may not have actually had anything to do with this year at all — for instance, an artist named Vikter Duplaix, who’s been around forever. I just discovered his album International Affairs, which is quite possibly the sexiest album of the past decade… but I digress.
However, that had me thinking. Perhaps I should simplify this list a bit and focus on something that I know everyone can relate to… sex. What better way than to showcase what I considered some of the sexiest tracks — that I’ve heard — of 2011? So, without further ado, I give you my Best of Sexy Music of 2011.
Note: sexy could mean lyrically, musically or both. So if some of the choices seem weird, consider giving the tracks a listen and I’m sure you’ll find something crave-worthy. Enjoy.
10. DBSK – Before U Go
Now, before you say anything, yes, I did mention that I favor JYJ over HoMin .
Lyrically, musically, and vocally, JYJ is far superior… then this bloody track! When that beat drops it’s like someone yanking a chick into a secluded corner and whispering naughty nothings into her until she submits. I mean, sometimes a girl just needs a good baby makin’ song to make it through the day.
Sorry, JYJ. That honor goes to HoMin this year. 
9. Chris Garneau – Between the Bars
One of my favourite songs of all time from one of my favourite artists of all time? You’ve gotta have balls of solid brass to take on something like that. But, Chris Garneau put his wispy, winding vocals down and added a new dimension to the track that took it that extra inch closer to physical ecstasy than even my beloved Elliott Smith could do.
8. Miguel Migs feat. Meshell Ndegeocello – Tonight
All dance music in the world owes its every waking breath to Miguel Migs. So when I heard his collaboration with Meshell Ndegeocello I almost cried. It’s sexy, unfiltered dance music with all the thumpa-thumpa of a House club and none of the camp.