Ah, see? This is more like it -- a low-key but complete look at why Jermaine Dupri is a great producer and songwriter. Love the ad-lib-based title, too.
The Hits features many of the recent Dupri-masterminded number-ones, like Mariah Carey's comeback song, We Belong Together, and Confessions Part II, by Usher (based on an event from Dupri's life), but is not afraid to proudly include songs that might be construed as more corny than classic: Monica's 1998 statement of chastity, The First Night, and even the amazing Jump, by Kris Kross.
If you'd like to get the full JD story, pick up his new hardcover autobiography, Young, Rich And Dangerous: The Making Of A Music Mogul (Atria Books). It's printed in, like, triple-spaced 24-point type and can be read in under 90 minutes.