Bad Ass Strippa

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"Bad Ass Strippa"
Single by Jentina
from the album Jentina
Released 2004
Format CD single, Maxi single and 12" single
Recorded 2004
Genre Hip hop, R&B, dance, grime
Length 2:49
Label Virgin
Songwriter(s) Jentina Chapman, David Dorrell, Matt Rowe, Kenneth Gamble, Leon Huff, Anthony Jackson
Producer(s) David Dorrell, Matt Rowe
Jentina singles chronology
"Bad Ass Strippa"
(2004)
"French Kisses"
(2004)
"Bad Ass Strippa"
(2004)
"French Kisses"
(2004)

"Bad Ass Strippa" is the debut single by Jentina from her eponynomus debut album, Jentina released in Ireland, Italy, and the United Kingdom. It achieved average success in Italy and the UK, despite a heavy advertising campaign including adverts on primetime television in the latter. The single features many remixes, including an instrumental version of the song.

A music video was made, featuring Jentina in the streets, walking and dancing in a provocative fashion.

The track was later parodied by British hip hop/grime MC Lady Sovereign with its name changed to "Sad Arse Stripah". In 2010, "Bad Ass Strippa" was featured in the BBC Three make-under program Snog Marry Avoid?.

Track listing[edit]

CD 1[edit]

  1. "Bad Ass Strippa"
  2. "Bad Ass Strippa" (Dave Kelly Remix)
  3. "Bad Ass Strippa" (Radio Slave Remix)
  4. "Bad Ass Strippa" (extended mix)
  5. "Bad Ass Strippa" (instrumental)
  6. "Bad Ass Strippa" (CD-ROM video)

CD 2[edit]

  1. "Bad Ass Strippa"
  2. "Bad Ass Strippa" (instrumental)

12"[edit]

Side 1[edit]

  1. "Bad Ass Strippa"
  2. "Bad Ass Strippa" (Dave Kelly Remix)

Side 2[edit]

  1. "Bad Ass Strippa" (Radio Slave Remix)

Chart performance[edit]

Chart (2004) Peak
position
Australia (ARIA)[1] 49
Italy (FIMI)[2] 20
UK Singles (Official Charts Company)[3] 22
  1. ^ "Australian-charts.com – Jentina – Bad Ass Strippa". ARIA Top 50 Singles. Retrieved 25 January 2015.
  2. ^ "Italiancharts.com – Jentina – Bad Ass Strippa". Top Digital Download. Retrieved 25 January 2015.
  3. ^ "Archive Chart: 2004-07-03" UK Singles Chart. Retrieved 25 January 2015.