“Boom Boom Boom” is a song by American hip house duo The Outhere Brothers, released on June 5 1995 as the fourth single from their debut album, 1 Polish, 2 Biscuits & a Fish Sandwich (1994). The song was written by Keith “Malik” Simpkins (aka Silk E) and Lamar “Hula” Mahone, the two members of The Outhere Brothers. The original version of the song contained sexually explicit lyrics, which were removed for the radio edit. The explicit lyrics were retained in remixes of the track on the single.
“Boom Boom Boom” was a commercial success, reaching number one in several countries. The song was also a critical success, with many critics praising the song’s catchy melody and danceable beat. “Boom Boom Boom” is a classic Eurodance song that is sure to please fans of the genre. It peaked at number 54 on the Cash Box Top 100 and number 65 on the Billboard Hot 100. Outside of the United States, “Boom Boom Boom” topped the charts in Germany, the Republic of Ireland, and the United Kingdom. In the latter two countries, the song became the duo’s second chart-topper.
The song is a Eurodance and pop song with a catchy melody and a simple, repetitive chorus. The lyrics are about a party and the fun that is being had. The song was inspired by the duo’s experiences at parties. The song is full of energy and excitement, and it is sure to get people dancing. The music video for “Boom Boom Boom” was directed by David Mould and features the duo performing the song in a variety of locations, including a nightclub, a beach, and a car. The video also features some scenes of people dancing and having fun.