Dr. Dre, "Keep Their Heads Ringin'" (1995)
After Dr. Dre dominated 1993 and 1994 with The Chronic and Doggystyle, "Keep Their Heads Ringin'" kept his name on the charts during a brief period of inactivity. The track teems with ideas, from the "buck-buck-buck-booyaka shot!" vocal snipped out of KRS-One's "Mad Crew," to a backing trio of women that mimics the Sequence's "Funk You Up" by chanting "ring-ding-dong/ring-de-ding-ding-dong!" The Billboard top 10 singles is a smooth and infectious G-funk party track where he "goes for your neck, so call me Blacula," and demonstrates the good Doctor's emphasis on quality over quantity.