When Wiz and Curren$y first hit, there was a moment where stoners in Jordans were pretty much the archetype of every rapper out. While Curren$y and Wiz dropped dropped more memorable songs than "Weed and Shoes," none of those tracks cut so directly to the marrow of what really motivated the movement. By hitting on two of the most universal interests of hip-hop fans, Soulja's song captures the zeitgeist so literally that it almost supersedes all of the others. It makes up for lack of originality with directness.