Doomsday: Forever RSO

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Doomsday: Forever RSO
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Studio album by The Almighty RSO
Released November 19, 1996
Recorded 1995–1996
Genre East Coast hip hop. mafioso rap
Length 65:53
Label Rap-a-Lot/Virgin
Producer John Bido, Crazy C, DJ Deff Jeff, DJ Storm, Pee Wee, Hangmen 3, Havoc, Kay Gee, Mad House, Ray Dog
The Almighty RSO chronology
Revenge of da Badd Boyz
(1994)Revenge of da Badd Boyz1994
Doomsday: Forever RSO
Singles from Doomsday: Forever RSO
  1. "The War's On (Feat. Prodigy)"
    Released: 1996
  2. "You Could Be My Boo (Feat. Faith Evans)"
    Released: 1996
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]

Doomsday: Forever RSO is the first full-length LP released by rap group, The Almighty RSO. It was released on November 19, 1996 through Rap-a-Lot Records. The album only did slightly better than the group's previous release, peaking at 52 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums. It featured the single, "The War's On", which also appeared on the Original Gangstas soundtrack. The song featured Prodigy and was Produced by Havoc, both from the duo Mobb Deep. The second single was the only charting single in the group's brief history, "You Could Be My Boo", which featured Faith Evans and peaked at 10 on the Hot Rap Singles chart.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Doomsday Intro"- :38
  2. "Forever RSO"- 4:38
  3. "The War's On"- 4:23 (Featuring Prodigy) (Produced by Havoc)
  4. "Thought You Knew"- 4:24
  5. "Gotta Be a Better Way"- 3:55
  6. "Summer Knightz"- 4:06
  7. "Sanity"- 4:16
  8. "You'll Never Know"- 4:32 (Featuring Mad Lion)
  9. "You Could Be My Boo"- 4:47 (Featuring Faith Evans)
  10. "Mix of Action"- 4:31
  11. "Keep Alive"- 4:11
  12. "Illicit Activity"- 5:15 (Featuring 8Ball & MJG)
  13. "Killin' Em"- 3:35
  14. "One In tha Chamba"- 4:28 (Featuring Cocoa Brovaz & M.O.P.)
  15. "Quarter Past Nine"- 4:32
  16. "We'll Remember You"- 3:42


  1. ^ Stanley, Leo. "Review Doomsday: Forever RSO - The Almighty RSO". Allmusic. Retrieved 4 March 2012.