Supposedly it's a nonsense lyric based on the sound of lyrics from the 1979 song Rapper's Delight by The Sugar Hill Gang. You're right that it's basically gibberish meant to replicate the sound of the older lyrics, but really not mean anything. Rapper's Delight included sections such as "I said a hip hop Hippie to the hippie The hip, hip-hop, and you don't stop, you rock it To the bang bang boogie, say up jump the boogie To the rhythm of the boogie the beat" and "Bang bang, the boogie to the boogie Say up jump the boogie to the bang bang boogie Let's rock, you don't stop" That's all someone else's guess, but comparing the sound and rhythm, it sort of seems plausible. I suppose the intelligible lyrics about topless dancers, chicks with beepers, crackheads, etc. had something to do with Kid Rock's real or imagined life, or at least the image he wanted to convey.