1. "Danger Zone": G. Dep's homage to his Harlem 'hood (like the same-named Big L track) was an amazing showcase for his monotone voice and internal rhyme-filled verses.
2. "Special Delivery Remix": Right after the excellent Ghostface verse, right before another great Keith Murray verse, and way before Craig Mack embarrasses himself, Dep spits a respiratory disease-themed verse on the remix of his lead single.
3. "Child of the Ghetto": You'll notice that when he reaches 1993 in this auto-biographic track, there's nothing about an armed robbery gone wrong. Still, excellent, breathless, dramatic stuff.
4. "Blast Off": Dep upstages his fellow Bad Boy newbies Loon and Mark Curry on this recycled track from Diddy's Saga Continues record, which came out a few months before Child of the Ghetto.
5. "Let's Get It": Of course, the chorus "Ain't no way you could take this from me" seems cruelly ironic now.