This is not much of a review. But I'm expressing my OPINION here:
When Eminem and all his fellow "dope" rappers degrade women, the words, "sl*t, whore" and all other words used to describe female promiscuity will inevitably pop up.
The fact that the female body is created in a manner, that it can be used as a tool of exploition, especially for sinful male pleasures, can't-help-but-to-glue-your-eyes-to-some-parts, distractions and other indecent uses, are being put together subtly into this song called "My Humps", preferably the main two body parts, on the back and the front.
My point is, SOME females are WILLING to be used as exploition, deliberately behaving in that manner, evoking feminine wiles to males who can't help it. That is one of the reasons why Eminem disses females (I think). The (sad) fact is, most females, most notably from the entertainment industry are similar to this taboo.
"My Humps", not only speaks of the female body parts, also speaks of how the female herself doesn't mind being used as exploition, from the lyrics:
I drive these brothers crazy,
I do it on the daily,
They treat me really nicely,
They buy me all these iceies.
Dolce & Gabbana,
Fendi and Donna Karan
they be sharin'
All their money got me wearin fly , whether I ain't askin,
They say they love my a$$ `n,
Seven Jeans, True Religion,
I say no, but they keep givin'
So I keep on takin'
And no I ain't takin'
We can keep on datin'
Now keep on demonstrating.
Yup, it means that as long as she gets rewarded for this (in terms of riches), she won't mind driving the lusty males crazy by treating them to a joke or two, using her assets only females have.
This song has a very catchy, infectious and foot-tapping beat. One can't help but bop along to the song. Such a shame the lyrics are shallow and attention-seeking. I can't tell if this song's lyrics are more repulsive than Pussycat dolls' "don't cha".