If there is one track that defines the sound and feel of Queensbridge rap, then this is it. It's the single that enshrined Prodigy and Havoc as legends when they made the inspired decision to remake the original version at the very last minute. Every line is a quotable—as attested to by the number of hooks lifted from the acapella—delivered with frosty belligerence over a hypnotic, pounding war march that could make even the softest herb think he can stab someone's brain with their own nose bone if they so much as look at him crooked.