The second single in the lead-up to Dre's 2001 covered similar thematic territory as "Still D.R.E.," but this time around there was one major difference: Eminem. Equally vituperative and venomous, but with a wiseacre attitude and quick wit acting as a complement to Dre's bulldozer flow, Em helped Dre break back into the Top 40 for the first time since "Keep Their Heads Ringin’" five years earlier. And though Em's tangent-driven verse about drunk-parking "right next to a humongous truck in a two-car garage" was unforgettable, it was the way his hook unfolded that lodged the song in my brain and that of every other kid in our high school class—more verse than chorus, but catchier than any R&B hook singer we'd ever heard.