15. Huey "Pop, Lock & Drop It" (2006)
If there were any justice in the world, the Calvin Miller-produced "Pop, Lock & Drop It's" production alone would have the respect given to the Clipse's "Grinding." The stomping beat and spark-flying synthesizers offer a sparse, minimal beat that asses have free reign to twerk to as needed. To say nothing of the chorus' clear direction, assisted by a scene stealing T-Pain autotune spot on the remix.