Album: Straight Outta Cashville
Producer: Needlz

Nancy Sinatra laid the groundwork for all haunting female vocalists everywhere when she covered Cher's "Bang Bang" back in the '60s. The track re-gained steam (especially in hip-hop) once the film Kill Bill came out. It was only a matter of time before an artist would take advantage of the song. A few did, but Young Buck's was the best. He took the "bang bang" literally and turned it into a gun-toting street single.

Sample: Nancy Sinatra "Bang Bang" (1967)