5. Ray Cash (Ft. Scarface) - "Bumping My Music"
I don't fault you for thinking "Ray who?" Sure, Ray Cash is your typical one-hit wonder, but his single "Bumping My Music" was a ubiquitous summer smash in 2006. It's perfect for a Saturday afternoon cruise down the block.
4. Busta Rhymes - "Touch It"
I would have loved to be a fly on the wall when Scott Storch first heard Daft Punk's "Technologic." I imagine he brimmed with excitement as he envisioned Bust attacking the beat with ferocity.
3. Rich Boy - "Throw Some D's"
Rich Boy made a splash in 2006 with his ubiquitous hit single, "Throw Some D's," which spawned a kabillion remixes, including the one that ultimately set off Kanye West's campaign for Graduation..
1. Chamillionaire ft. Krayzie Bone - "Ridin'"
Cham's octane-flow approach is only rivaled by the fast-tongued Krayzie Bone here. It's arguably the biggest hit to ever come out of Texas. This one was so hot it inspired Weird Al's "White & Nerdy" remix.