The late Sha Lumi was a serious student of this rap science, paying dues as the DJ for Mobb Deep on their Juvenile Hell album and later holding it down as Tragedy's right-hand man. So it was no surprise that his solo debut in 2007 would prove to be the purest Q.B. representation in over five years. "Come On" was his crowning achievement—a stirring example of high-octane Bridge music set to Large Pro's best beat of the decade: "I'm from the era of the boom-bap, and pretty bitches that rap/The Gods build, parliament on top of the hill/only true OG's held steel—and it's a fact." Salute!