Here Comes the Fuzz is similar to Ronson's deejaying style, a mishmash of genres with a hip-hop foundation. Further confirming his celebrity-friendly status, his collaborator guest list reads like a who's who of popular music: the White Stripes' Jack White, Ghostface Killah, Nate Dogg and Ronson's own protégée, Debbie Nova. There are obvious hip-hop moments on Fuzz, such as the rock/rap number "On the Run" with M.O.P. and Mos Def. He explores dirty R&B and swampy blues alongside Nappy Roots on "Bluegrass Stain'd," while Weezer's Rivers Cuomo decorates the loose indie-rock riffs on "I Suck" with his moans. These are rounded out by '70s-style funky grooves and naughty samples (most noticeably of Lenny Kravitz and Boney M), making Here Comes the Fuzz something of an eclectic mix tape.