What starts out as typically snotty swiping really ignites by the 4:20 mark (how perfect) when Bay Area rappers Plane Jane and Iamsu! speed up the pace in their lyrical battle of the sexes and instead of verses, start trading bars rapidly back-and-forth. "Like Me" hearkens back to female-male duets like Yo-Yo and Ice Cube's "The Bonnie and Clyde Theme" and MC Lyte and Positive K's "I'm Not Havin' It" (and Positive K's "I Got a Man," in which he rapped with his pitched-up female alter ego). Why don't people do this anymore? At a time when the amount of musical collaborations is at an all-time high, on-record interaction is a rarity. It's strange to hear a woman and man who sound actually engaged with each other rapping together.