11. Chip-Man & the Buckwheat Boyz "Peanut Butter Jelly" (2001)
Album: Streetmix, Vol. 1 Producer: DJ Chip-Man Label: Luke Records
Keeping the spirit of ol' skool Miami party records alive in the modern era, DJ Chip-Man has a deep catalog of high-pitched, child-friendly dancefloor exhortations over "Dance to the Drummer's Beat" and other immortal breaks.
Originally released in 2001, "Peanut Butter and Jelly" took on a bizarre new life when a homemade flash video depicting a dancing banana turned the song and its seemingly non-sensical lyrics ("Where he at? Where he at? I don't know! I don't know! There he go! There he go!") into an Internet meme and, eventually, a Family Guy punchline.
The nearly identical "Ice Cream & Cake" also gained national attention when it was used in a Baskin-Robbins ad, but other Chip-Man classics like "Woo Tang Wid It"—and Chip-Man himself—still remain Miami secrets.