15. Rick Ross on "Diced Pineapples"
This one barely cracked the list because Ross didn't lay a dud by any means, it just wasn't the kind of track he could spazz on. Spitta, however, thrives on these beats and promptly took advantage. Curren$y has the steadily deliberate flow to take elevator music like this and turn them into hip hop power ballads.
14. Common on "Sweet"
Common put out "Sweet" as a thinly veiled (and later confirmed) shot at Drizzy, but everything about the track was underwhelming. The only redeeming quality was the No ID produced beat, which fellow G.O.O.D. Music member Pusha T subsequently murdered, lyrically speaking of course.
13. Big Sean on "My Last"
Chris Brown sung the hook on the original with Big Sean, which is a mildly decent song. Then when Breezy dropped his rap mixtape, Boy In Detention, he snapped a verse off on it too. Young Ike has bars when he wants to, that's for sure. Let's hope he stay out of trouble going forward so we can hear more of them.
12. 50 Cent on "Patiently Waiting"
Fif had some memorable bars in the squirrel and glass house lines, which helped him avoid ending up in the top 10. But he still makes the list because Em is the heart and soul of this track, delivering a chilling verse for the ages.
11. Game on "Hate It Or Love It"
50 needed a little redemption after #12 on our list. This was a tough call, as 50 had twice as many verses as Game, even though it was released as a Game single. For that reason, it didn't quite crack the list. Regardless, Fif killed it on his 1st verse especially, and leaves us always wondering what would've happened without the eventual beef.