Sir Lucious Left Foot: The Son of Chico Dusty doesn't have a hit single. This was a problem for Jive Records, which refused to release it and then, when Big Boi took the disc to Def Jam, argued with the new label over allowing Big Boi's OutKast partner (and former Jive labelmate) André 3000 to appear on the tracks. But the very thing that dissatisfied Jive is what makes Sir Lucious Left Foot so original. It's an amalgam of beats, chants and raps mixed together with exacting precision. Big Boi deftly jumps between musical styles from the booty-shaking "Tangerine" to the rock-influenced "Follow Us" and his raps come so fast, he seems to never pause for breath.