This 2004 club banger reached #2 on the Billboard Hot 100, being held off the top spot by Usher’s summer hit, “Yeah!”. However, it did make #1 on the Rap charts.

It was J-Kwon’s inaugural single (produced by the Trackboyz), and is pretty much considered a one-hit wonder. It’s very much known for its hook (along with its “grindability”).

It was played in several movies, including Breakin' All the Rules, White Chicks, and Soul Plane.

In his own words, this song (along with the rest of his album) was a way of “[introducing] hood to pop and… [introducing] pop to hood”.

In the music video, “So So Def” recording artists including Daz Dillinger, Jermaine Dupri, Murphy Lee, and Da Brat make cameo appearances: