Producer: Eminem, Luis Resto
Album: 8 Mile Soundtrack

Being featured alongside a song like "Lose Yourself"—which won an Oscar, spent 12 weeks at No. 1 on Billboard, and became the first rap song ever to be nominated for Song of The Year at the Grammys—would make any song underrated. That's the case for "Run Rabbit Run," a vintage Eminem "rapping-for-the-sake-of-rapping" track. The three minute onslaught of rhymes tells the struggle of Eminem's semi-autobiographical character Jimmy "B-Rabbit" Smith from 8 Mile. It has the same seize-the-moment feel of "Lose Yourself," but without the stadium rocking production. Like "Lose Yourself" and 8 Mile, it's centered around battle rapping. But this battle seems more like a marathon, and our hero is running for his life. —Nick Sella