I can't help but feel like the names of the brackets in this thread are a jab at me. Well the joke's on YOU, Kinetic, because I don't own the Armageddon soundtrack!
Montell Jordan- "This Is How We Do It" - Nice Slick Rick sample.
Deee-Lite- "Groove Is In The Heart" - "Gin and Juice" is boring. This isn't.
Warren G. (ft. Nate Dogg)- "Regulate" - Best G-funk rap single ever? Yes!
Fiona Apple- "Criminal" - Hot video, no Ja Rule. Easy pick. How much of the acclaim Jay-Z got in the late 90s and early 2000s as the Best Rapper Alive was solely based on the fact that he said he was the best, and is that the case for "Weezy" today? You decide.
Stone Temple Pilots- "Interstate Love Song" - Screw you Kurt
Smashing Pumpkins- "1979" - I liked "Don't Speak" back then, but not now. I still like "1979"
Alanis Morrisette- "You Oughta Know" - Jagged Little Pill ruled
Tom Cochrane- "Life Is A Highway" - For Inc (and "No Rain" sucked anyway)
Skee-Lo- "I Wish" - I wish "Black Hole Sun" hadn't made it so far!
DJ Jazzy Jeff and The Fresh Prince- "Summertime" - Will Smith is a much more likable person than Tupac.
Dr. Dre (ft. Snoop Doggy Dogg)- "Nuthin But A G Thang" - ItsthecapitalSohyesImfreshNdoubleOP DOdoubleGYDOdoubleGyousee
Offspring- "Self Esteem" - I liked this song when I was 10 and the only RHCP singles I liked were from the Dave Navarro era.
New Radicals- "You Get What You Give" - I was watching The-N a few months ago and they had an All That rerun with this song performed. Of course Gregg didn't say "ass" but he did say "damn." What's amazing is that this performance lasted 7 minutes. On Nickelodeon in 1999!
Faith No More- "Epic" - Mike Patton is a music folder icon
Lisa Loeb & Nine Stories- "Stay" - I can't let "November Rain"'s loss be in vain
Meat Loaf- "I'd Do Anything For Love (But I Won't Do That)" - I love you Jim