Go Carmen Go is an unreleased song recorded on 23 April 1991 at Paisley Park Studios in Chanhassen, Minnesota (two days before I Hear Your Voice and The Voice) for Carmen Electra’s first album, which was planned to be called On Top.
It was included as the sixth track on a configuration compiled on 15 June 1992.
The song was ultimately rejected from the album, however, and the album was renamed Carmen Electra.
It was written by Levi Seacer, Jr. and Tony M., and was likely produced by Levi Seacer, Jr., who also played most of the instruments. Details of Prince’s direct involvement are not known, but it is likely he contributed musically in some way, as he did with Carmen Electra’s other tracks from the era.
The song includes a sampled phrase by Rosie Gaines of "Get on the mike", taken from Push. A phrase by Tony M. from this track, "you got the juice", later inspired the Carmen Electra track The Juice.