Every once in a while, everyone needs to listen to a song that sticks a big middle finger up in the air at… anyone. While Cee-Lo was clearly born for this exact purpose, No Love is a brilliantly angry and cacophonous rap song that exemplifies a very human reaction when one has been seriously hurt. I, for one, was very surprised when I first heard that Eminem and Lil Wayne were the only two voices on this track. In my mind, they weren’t really comparable as rappers, and I was worried their verses would be too mismatched to flow well. To my very pleasant surprise, the organization of this song was masterful and really added a lot to the emotional power of the lyrics. The first half of the song is dominated by Lil Wayne’s slow drawl, calmly trashing whoever wronged him and building up his own reputation. His verse takes on the role of prologue to Eminem’s explosive anger, whose speedy and passionate lyrics do not refute that he is “spitting the greatest verse of all time.” These two rap from the soul, and their obvious pain and desire to forget fuel the fire of recognizing their own greatness.