Uncle Murda and 50 Cent teamed up for the cut "Statute of Limitations," and it's hard to tell which is more sinister, the beat or the lyrics.

Although the track has melodious keys and a light tone, it's still dark enough to match the tough-talking in the verses. In short, both Murda and Fif talk about the dirt they've done, and how they won't name names to avoid getting in trouble.

"We done killed a few live n----- / A whole bunch of lame n----- / If it wasn't for that statue of limitations, I'd say that n----'s name, n----," says Uncle M in the hook.

Then later in the song, 50 warns his opponents not to challenge him.

"N----- said they with this sh--, don't know what this sh-- about / Dope boy in a drought, never go a different route / Like them gold fronts, n-----, spit 'em out  / You gon' make me hit you right here in this Waffle House," he raps.

"Statute of Limitations" is off Uncle Murda's forthcoming album The Lenny Grant Story, and you can peep the new song below.

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