I'd like to offer a recommendation against the honorary hip-hop track played often at these GTG's. Boom Boom Pow Dem Chickens Jockin' Mah Style.
Don't get me wrong, B.E.P has some of the highest paid engineer's in the game being a huge pop-entity. I think we could do better being 'in the know' and all. Besides nothing hurts ears more than Fergie' turn up her "down-south-bad-bitch-annoying-high-pitched-voice" impression (think Trina & Nikki Minaj). The lyrics are also nothing to speak for in terms of delivery, flow, content, rhyme patterns, etc.
Lots of Hip-Hop songs are poorly mastered, or the ones that were mastered amazingly (such as Dr. Dre's 2001) are too explicit. That said, as a 'fun' song, I recommend Outkast - Bomb's over Baghdad.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fVyVIsvQoaE
Some consider it a momentary lapse in André 3000 and Big Bo's "cool level" but its a fun great song. Outkast pokes fun at rap clichés and just had fun here. On a technical level, the mix is fantastic. Outkast has best-of-breed engineers in the ATL studio.The song has plenty ton of subtle sounds and staging effects especially midway through the song.
Andre 3000s lyric-delivery opens the song matching it's uptempo 155beat per minute track with equal ferocity and absolutely perfect timing. Most fabricated/untalented mainstream rappers purposely rhyme offbeat (such as any rapper with "Lil" in his name) because it allows them to bypass the technical challenge.
The drum pattern used on B.O.B is a faster and modern take of the classic Break Dancing beats. Inspired by Afrikka Bambatta and the Soul Sonic Force Planet Rock from '82.
Just my .02! Give it a try. The best way to test the merits of a speaker is to see how well rounded they are. I could post other recommendations if peopole want to choose one. Sometimes ya' gotta mix up the bag a bit.