Produced By: Ron Browz
Album: God's Son
Label: Ill Will/Columbia

The King of New York drama is broken down concisely in what for all intents and purposes is an engaging interview turned into a must-hear rap. While "Ether" succumbed to mean schoolyard taunts, this a more responsible account of what went down between Nas, Biggie, Rae and Jay (but that doesn't mean he can't drop stuff like, "I was Scarface, Jay was Manolo/It hurt me when I had to kill him and his whole squad for dolo").

He admits, "There's some ghetto secrets I can't rhyme in this song/There's some missing pieces I had to leave out," but he does however, unexpectedly discuss the problems with his baby mama. This titillating gossip no doubt got listeners open in what is a rather frank confessional. Ron Browz' intergalactic '80-ish production keeps this one on repeat.