Forever Everlasting

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Forever Everlasting
Studio album by Everlast
Released March 27, 1990
Recorded 1989-1990
Genre East Coast hip hop, golden age hip hop
Length 48:09
Label Warner Bros.
Producer Benny Medina and Ice-T (both executive producers), Bilal Bashir
Everlast chronology
Forever Everlasting
Whitey Ford Sings the Blues

Forever Everlasting (1990) was Everlast's first solo album. Songs on the album include "The Rhythm" (featuring Ice-T), "Never Missin' a Beat", and "I Got The Knack" with DJ Lethal, whom he'd later join to form House of Pain. The album also features an early appearance from The Brand New Heavies singer N'Dea Davenport who is credited as "Diva" on the second single "The Rhythm".

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Track listing[edit]

  1. Syndicate Soldier
  2. Speak No Evil (Featuring Kool Nick)
  3. Syndication (Remix)
  4. What Is This?
  5. The Rhythm (Featuring Ice-T, Donald D, Diva Logic)
  6. I Got the Knack
  7. On the Edge
  8. F*** Everyone
  9. Goodbye
  10. Pass it On
  11. Never Missin' a Beat