Before Screwball, Kenny Lou and Kyron were Kamakazee, repping the gritty project sound with Marley Marl. Shifty, slimy reptile-like individuals have long provided staple subject matter for hip-hop records—call them back-stabbers, frenemies, or just plain fraudulent fakes—the fact remains that no one likes a traitor. This happens to be one of the finest examples of the Anti-Snitch Rap genre, due in no small part to a speaker-smashing beat that comes complete with rattlesnake percussion. All together now: "Fuck them snakes in the grass, son!"