Not all kiddie rap involves wearing your clothes back-to-front and singing the praises of chicken noodle soup. Before Jermaine Dupri ensured himself a lifetime of royalty checks, a young MC Jade (later to be known as Tragedy) started recording demos with neighborhood DJ Hot Day, flexing an advanced vocabulary and lyrical technique far beyond his years. "Go Queensbridge" keeps it simple—an 808, some cuts, and raw rhymes—transporting the listener back to the era of live shows at the local skate rink, complete with the obligatory needle skip.