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01.06.05 01:38 PM

singles have more fun..

Here's my singles countdown from '04. And it was really a challenge since I limited myself to 5, but then I got creative. See...

5 to get your dance on in the club

1. J-Kwon - Tipsy
2. Terror Squad - Lean Back
3. LL Cool J - Headsprung
4. Ciara - Goodies
5. 50 Cent - Disco Inferno

Honorable Mention:
Alchemist - Hold You Down (featuring Prodigy, Nina Sky, and Illa Ghee)
Mobb Deep - Real Ganstaz


5 to get your love on in the tub

1. Alicia Keys - Diary
2. Usher - Can You Handle It?
3. Mario - Let Me Love You
4. Kanye West - Slow Jamz (featuring Jamie Foxx and Twista)
5. Lloyd Banks - Karma (remix featuring Avant)

Honorable Mention:
Fabolous - Baby (featuring Mike Shorey)
LL Cool J - Hush (featuring 7 Aurelius)
Usher, Ludacris, and Lil Jon - Lovers And Friends


5 to get your grown and sexy on

1. R. Kelly - Ladies Night
2. Anthony Hamilton - Charlene
3. Jill Scott - Whatever
4. Teena Marie - I'm Still In Love
5. Prince - Call My Name [ed: also good for the love in the tub]

Honorable Mention:
Joss Stone - Spoiled
John Legend - Ordinary People
New Edition - Hot 2 Nite


5 to wind ya waist to

1. Vybz Kartel - Tekk
2. Lil Jon and the East Side Boys - What You Gon' Do (Remix featuring Elephant Man and Lady Saw)
3. Lady Saw - I've Got Your Man (Remix featuring Remy Ma)
4. Capleton - Or Wah [ed: although he's a big ass homophobe - this song is mad sick]
5. Beenie Man - Dude (Remix featuring Ms. Thing & Shawnaa)


Honorable Mention:
Vybz Kartel - Picture This
Rupee - Tempted to Touch
Kevin Lyttle - Turn Me On (Remix featuring Spragga Benz)

Honorable Mention[Strictly Roots]:
Sizzla - Haven't I Told You

Honorable Mention[Reggaeton]:
Anything with Don Omar, Daddy Yankee, or Pitbull together with a dancehall or hip-hop artist

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