The lyrics say, “And tell the fellas stop the name callin’ / Yepee ah yo / Then them girls respond to the call / I hear a woman shout out / Who let the dogs out?” It’s actually about men who catcall women and call them names and are disrespectful and the women respond by calling them dogs Mind = blown.
Who sang Who Let the dogs?
“Who Let the Dogs Out” by Baha Men. Released: July 26, 2000. Chart: Peaked at No. 18 on the Billboard Mainstream Top 40 list.
Who Let the Dogs Out 1994?
In 1994 a group called 20 Fingers and singer Gillette came out with a song called “You’re a Dog,” which featured barking in the hook, much like “Who Let the Dogs Out,” but with the lyrics “who let them dogs loose.” Stephenson and Williams claim to have never heard the song or anything about the group 20 Fingers,
Is Who let the dogs out about Catcalling?
Now, the good news. In an interview on his website, Douglas explains that the song is actually comparing men who catcall and “bark” at women at clubs to dogs. And not in a good way: It’s a man-bashing song.
What Macarena means?
In the song, the Macarena is a word used to describe a woman who is attempting to get men to come and dance with her. If she likes their moves, the Macarena claims she’s happy to take them home after the night out. The first verse begins: “When I dance they call me Macarena, and the boys they say ‘que estoy buena’