See Also: Sammy Sam "Knuckle Up"
Album: Lil Chopper Toy
Label: Big Oomp, Epic, Koch
Atlanta's hip-hop scene has always been one that practiced unity, but this 2000 club anthem turned every dance floor into a civil war whenever the DJ played it. Atlanta never really had a gang problem, but people would rep their neighborhoods and high schools hard. This song only added fuel to those flames.
One of the many hood classics from indie powerhouse Big Oomp Records, this one breathed new live into the label as they tried to move on beyond Sammy Sam's many legal troubles. "Eastside vs. Westside" still starts fights to this day.