Getting a solo spot on a Nas album is either a dream introduction to the rap world or the kiss of death, depending on how you look at it. Being brought in as a last-minute replacement for Cormega in the underwhelming rap supergroup The Firm is hardly a home run either. Regardless of the politics, the Wild Gremlin can put it down with the best of them when he has to, as he demonstrates that even a tinny Trackmasters beat can't dull his...well, his shine.