Uncle Murda and Jadakiss give a shout out to some of the street legends throughout history in the song "No More." The cut is off Murda's forthcoming album Don't Come Outside No More and on it, he mentions people like J. Prince, Big Meech and the Westside Crips founder Stanley "Tookie" Williams.

In an interview with XXL, Murda talked about the new song and said he made it because he's always had a fascination with certain people from the underworld.

“The inspiration for 'No More' came from there being so many weirdos out here in the streets," he stated. I just wanted to salute some authentic street dudes. Some of them I knew and some of them I heard stories about and these stories have intrigued me, so I just wanted to pay homage. The reason I picked Jadakiss to be on this song is that there are only a few that can talk that kind of talk and Kiss is one of the greats. I been a fan forever and it don’t get 'No More' street certified than that.”

The last time we heard from Murda, he appeared in that touching Bones Thugs video "Change the Story," and he was also heard on the G-Unit track "Dead Bodies, which dropped a few months ago.

Murda's Don't Come Outside No More album will be released on Nov. 24. and besides Kiss, it features Dave East, Maino, Young Dolph and others. You can rock to the "No More" single below.

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