Weeks At No. 1: 2
Producer: Josh Abraham

Come my lady. Come, come, my lady. There's nothing quite like being compared to an insect to set a lady's heart aflutter. Crazy Town's "Butterfly" has a louche SoCal hip-pop sheen that sounds like raver pants, white-girl dreads, and lower back tats in song form. It had a gritty exurban romance that captured the hearts of teens nationwide. Crazy Town were more known as an alt-rap-metal group, but their biggest song was decidedly hip-hop. After the group's first two singles from debut LP The Gift of Game failed to make any mark on the pop charts, the Red Hot Chili Peppers-sampling "Butterfly" was released and led to 1.5 million in album sales. While the group's follow-up couldn't meet expectations, lead MC Shifty Shellshock managed to hit the Hot 100 again a few years later with DJ Paul Oakenfold's "Starry Eyed Surprise."