Busta rapping alongside Big Daddy Kane and Slick Rick? Well, those are the types of things legends are made of - literally.
Kim got so hyped during her performance at Summer Jam back in 2008 that her boob popped out right on stage. We're sure fans in the front row weren't complaining.
Jay-Z posting an embarrassing picture of Prodigy from Mobb Deep on the Summer Jam screen? Cold-blooded. Hov later used a few lines on "Takeover" to warn Nas about what he's capable. "Don't be the next contestant on that Summer Jam screen/Because you know who (who) did you know what (what)/with you know who (yeah), but just keep that between me and you."
Kanye and Swizzy went back and forth with their best beats during Summer Jam in 2007. Man, do these two have hits. Superproducers indeed.
Jermaine flexed some serious muscle three years ago, bringing out his then-girlfriend, the one and only Janet Jackson.
As far as we're concerned, when it comes to Summer Jam's biggest moments, it doesn't get any bigger than Jay-Z and Mike Jack on stage. Go ahead, try to top that!
Jay-Z dropped D.O.A. (Death of Autotune) on the Summer Jam stage two years ago. Awkwardly, T-Pain, the former king of autotune, shared the stage with him.
It's hard to pinpoint one classic 50 Cent Summer Jam moment. There's too many. In 2004, Fif clowned headliner R. Kelly by mocking his step dance and throwing shade on his sextape scandal. After a brief set, he dropped the mic and walked off the stage. The moment came one year after 50 blasted Ja Rule and boxed Ja, Joe Budden and Murder Inc.'s Black Child in a three-way tie for "Wackest Rapper."
So let's get this straight . . . DJ Khaled got the likes of Busta Rhymes, Cam'ron, Vado, Rick Ross and Trey Songz all on one stage at last year's Summer Jam? That's going to be hard to top on Sunday.