Cover songs and remixes are usually intended to be tributes to the original, but it doesn't always work out that way. Last week, sparks flew when Lupe Fiasco released "Around My Way (Freedom Ain't Free)," which reworked the classic 1992 Pete Rock & CL Smooth track "They Reminisce Over You (T.R.O.Y.)." Pete Rock, who produced the track as a tribute to his deceased friend, Heavy D & the Boyz member Troy "Trouble T" Dixon, lit into the Chicago rapper via Twitter: "No disrespect to Lupe Fiasco and i like him a lot, but 'T.R.O.Y.' should be left alone," PR wrote. "Feel so violated the beat is next to my heart and was made outta anguish and pain." Pete later said that the two had talked and the beef had been squashed, but Lupe later said that wasn't true. Whatever the outcome, it isn't the first time that an artist has lashed out at a cover song or remix of one of their works. Read on to, well, uncover more remake-related beef.