1. 50 Cent's old school iPod ("P.I.M.P." video, 2003)
"Yo, check the Backlight on this shit, homie. You think this is a game?"
2. Jay Z's two-way pager set-up ("I Just Wanna Love U [Give It 2 Me]" video, 2000)
"Shout out to Timeport. This battery life crazy."
3. The Nokia phone being ignored by the girl having sex with Ja Rule ("Between Me & You" video, 2000)
"Put it on vibrate mode, baby. Huh? Oh, it's when the phone physically vibrates rather than emitting an actual ringing sound. I know, it's new to me too."
4. Chingy's flip phone ("Holidae In" video, 2003)
"I like my Snake score right thurr."
5. The Game's 2004 Special Edition U2 iPod ("How We Do" video, 2004)
"Uno, dos, tres, catorce, homie. I'm the Larry Mullen, Jr. of rap."
6. Sean Paul's whatever the hell that is ("Temperature" video, 2006)
"I'm gwan send a text. Or play an MP-Tree. Or jus' watch dose clock hands go round. Yeah yeah. So-me-go-so-den."
7. J-Kwon's smooth-ass texts ("Tipsy" video, 2004)
"I press Enter. Then Enter again. Then I write my name. That's how I sign my shit."
8. Tweet's AOL-branded phone or pager or whatever the fuck ("Oops [Oh My]" video, 2002)
"Ooo, baby. I like to get your messages nice and slow."
9. Fabolous flirting with a girl by exchanging contact info over Motorola two-way pagers ("Young'n [Holla Back]" video, 2001)
Actual line from the song: "Pimpin', here's a new way to flirt / Now listen to the two-way alert / It goes: [beep beep beep beep beep]."
10. Nelly playing Dreamcast with his Sidekick open beside him ("E.I." video, 2000)
"Yo, call Murphy Lee, this Seaman game is off the hook."
11. Kelly Rowland texting her boyfriend using Microsoft Excel, then getting frustrated when when he doesn't respond (Nelly's "Dilemma" video, 2002)
"Baby if you're ignoring me, how am I supposed to calculate our relationship's various averages?!"
Lloyd Banks' massive painting of himself ("On Fire" video, 2004)
"Listen, dawg. It's just a future investment for the inevitable Smithsonian G-Unit retrospective."
Young Buck breaking into a "Hall of Secrets" in order to enter rooms labeled "Florida Votes," "Enwrong," and "Iraq's Weapons of Mass Destruction" with Pauly Shore ("Shorty Wanna Ride" video, 2004)
"Dope political satire as usual, Pauly. Way to blow the roof off this motherfucker. This shit is timeless."