Australian producer Papertoy has given G-Unit's 2003 single "Stunt 101" the hyperdrive treatment, and it's sonically hyper than the original, to say the least.
Purists may dislike this, but it'd probably fit nicely in the latter half of some of your New Years Eve turn-up playlists. Peep the video for the original version below.
How do they compare?
"I don't really care if it's platinum or white gold / As long as the VS bling, look at that light show / In the 'hood they say "Fifty, man, your sneakers look white, yo" / "Just can't believe Reebok did a deal with a psycho" / Banks is a sure thing, ya'll niggas might blow / I'm finna drop that, so I suggest you lay low." -50
"I'm fresh off the jet, then I breeze to the beaches / Blue Yankees fitted, G-Unit sneakers / I already figured out what to do with all my features / Decorate the basement, full of street sweepers / When it comes to stuntin' there's nothing you can teach us / We're in a different time zone, your records don't reach us." -Banks
"Chain so icy, you don't have to like me / In a throwback jersey, with the throwback nikes I know you probably seen me with Cash Money from back in the days / The only thing changed is the numbers on the range / I bought me an old school and blew out the brains / The Roc the Mic tour, I threw off my chain / My Sprewells spinning, man, I'm doing my thing." -Buck