Rap beef can often be an over-cooked dish, but when it's served up correctly there are few more satisfying moments than absorbing an expertly planned execution of a chump. This installment in the Mobb's long-standing feud with Keith Murray isn't exactly "No Vaseline," but it manages to convey that particular brand of violent energy that you can often pick up on just before somebody has a broken bottle shoved into their face at a bar. It was also a hidden track on the "interactive CD-ROM" version of the album, which required you to click your mouse around a picture of the 41st Side PJs and dial a special number into a virtual pay phone. Like whoa!