Album: On Top of Our Game
Producer: Maurice "Parlae" Gleaton, Buck$

Once again, a revolution was brewing in Atlanta, and yet again, Dupri was on top of it. Snap music was one of the more derided of ATL's musical movements—dance-focused, without auteurs and lacking in aggression, it wasn't awarded the serious consideration from audiences granted to crunk—but it still marked a significant shift in the sound of Southern rap.

D4L were the scene's biggest act, thanks to the inescapable "Laffy Taffy," but Dupri managed to score some significant chart action with Dem Franchize Boyz, who had three major hits ("White Tee," "I Think They Like Me" and "Lean Wit It, Rock Wit It"). The last of those three tracks was also the most successful. Over a sparse, barely-there beat, the rappers instructed listeners specifically on how to move to the beat.

The song peaked at No. 7 on the Hot 100, becoming the group's biggest hit. It would ultimately be certified platinum.