New York rapper Uncle Murda brings along heavy hitters Mariah Carey, 50 Cent and Young Jeezy for the latest remix of his mixtape hit 'Warning,' which proves conclusively that having a bunch of big names on a track doesn't mean the song will be any good.

The track opens with a full minute of aimless, uncomfortable dialogue that revolves around the fact that Mariah doesn't know where her sock drawer is. The music finally begins with sirens and the repetitive spoken word caution, "Warning!"

Murda raps over a vocal sample similar to the one in Lil Wayne's 'A Milli,' only it's much more distracting. Carey sounds like she's singing an entirely different song on the hook "This is a warning / I warned you the last time / I'm warning you once again."

50 Cent raps about Ferraris and poppin' bottles, while Jeezy is the only one who brings any intensity to his performance, as he spits, "I gets money, I gets money, ooh, I'm having paper / Man, I'm saying f--- the playing, oh these n---as haters / When they thought that I was over, I'm like ooh you n---as trippin' / I'm out with Wink Loc in Brooklyn, like ooh these n---as crippin'."

On top of the unimpressive verses, we never actually learn what Mariah is warning us about. This remix of 'Warning' cannot be described as anything other than a complete mess.

Listen to Uncle Murda, 'Warning' (Remix) Feat. Mariah Carey, 50 Cent, Young Jeezy