Who Wore It Better? is a new feature where we look at two rap songs that use the same sample and decide which artist fits more snug into the backing track. “Burn Rubber” is one of Too $hort’s best songs of the past 15 years. The beat is a minimal, ringing trunk rattler made by Lil Jon at the beginning of his creative peak, when he pretty much ran radio in the mid-’00s. The song came out in 2003, one year after both Lil Jon’s Kings of Crunk album (the one with “Get Low” on it) and Mac Dre’s Thizzelle Washington album (the one with “Thizzle Dance” on it), and both the crunk and hyphy are on display. Seeing as how DJ Mustard has pretty much made a career out of slapping the basic elements of crunk and hyphy, it would be a pretty obvious choice to use “Burn Rubber” as a reference point for a song. Luckily for this column, he did it twice.