Producer: Just Blaze, Kanye West
Album: The Blueprint
Label: Roc-A-Fella/Def Jam

Prior to bagging Beyoncé, Jay made songs like “Big Pimpin” and “Who You Wit” which pegged Jay as a cold-blooded male chauvinist. But on “Girls, Girls, Girls,” he switched up his tone. This light-hearted ballad was a dedication to women of all cultures, shapes, and sizes, and earned Jigga some brownie points in the female department. Flight attendants, bootleggers, and model chicks all fell victim to Jay's charm--even if he treated them like animol.

And props to those who fast-forwarded through the dead air after track 13 on The Blueprint and got past the excellent “Breathe Easy” to find “Girls (Remix),” produced by Kanye West. In 2009, shortly after Michael Jackson's death, Jay revealed that the King of Pop contributed backup vocals to ”Girls” but was never credited. Beat it if you don't believe him.