Not that Nas didn't come with it lyrically, but it's all about the beat on this one. Salaam Remi managed to find a way to chop the well-worn "Apache" break and make it sound brand new, instantly transporting you back to that smoke-filled basement party you had to sneak into just to hear the music. If you're a rapper of limited lyrical ability, rap over this shit—it could even make Magoo sound dope. Yeah, it's that good.