"Don't Be Scared" (appx. 1992)
It's pretty amazing to think that Katy Perry's gunning for cool points recruiting a rapper who was making records when she was in elementary school, but that's just what happened. Although Juicy J is just experiencing his first round of solo success, he spent the early Nineties releasing muddy, moody, off-color cassettes into the streets of Memphis. From Vol. 5, the earliest tape that the internet has been able to unearth, "Don't be Scared" is one of the filthiest safe-sex songs you'll ever hear.