Album: Drankin' Patnaz
Producer: Jazze Pha, Lil Jon
Label: So So Def/Arista

2003 was a pivotal year for Lil Jon, the moment where he transitioned from a regional star to the voice that killed clubs all over the world. And in that moment, before Usher-caliber superstars came calling, he still belonged to Atlanta rap, and So So Def also-rans The YoungBloodZ had the good fortune to have the first big Lil Jon track after "Get Low" broke. With a video that showed the rest of the country how to do the A-Town Stomp, and a hook that sounded tough even when censored to "don't start no stuff, won't be no stuff," Sean Paul and J-Bo owned at least half the summer with "Damn!" before sending their producer off to rule the world without them.