The phrase here is "Take it to" rather than "take it to the hoes." The only thing that makes this a bit confusing is that the thing that the person is taking (or carrying) is probably not an object, but rather some objective, goal, or request. The speaker of the quote is suggesting that needing to get your freak on is best solved by taking that problem to the hoes on Broadway.
A very common use of the phrase "Take it to" is "Take it to the other room", where someone is doing something in a place that is either inappropriate or otherwise undesirable. Here, it refers to the execution of the activity and not necessarily a physical object.