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Forever King

Forever King
Mixtape by 50 Cent
Released July 3, 2009
Recorded 2009
Genre East Coast Rap, Hardcore Rap, Gangsta Rap
Length 44:35
Label G-Unit
Producer Mister Cee
50 Cent chronology
War Angel LP
Forever King
The Big 10
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
XXL (Hood)[1]

Forever King is a twelve-track mixtape by 50 Cent with 90’s R&B samples provided by Mister Cee. The collection is dedicated to the passing of Michael Jackson.[2]


The collection was initially called Sincerely Southside Part 2, but the death of Michael Jackson stimulated a last minute renaming.[3] Comparing to his last release, War Angel LP, 50 Cent stated:

The cover art for Forever King features 50 Cent's face and his New York Yankees cap digitally imposed on a skull encrusted with diamonds. Another version is more ordinary, featuring a jeweled skull with tilted crown.[5]

Track listing

No. Title Producer(s) Length
1. "I'm Paranoid"     3:24
2. "Respect It or Check It"     4:43
3. "Suicide Watch"     3:41
4. "Things We Do"     3:08
5. "Get The Money"     5:01
6. "Funny How Time Flies"     3:52
7. "If U Leaving, Then Leave..."     5:13
8. "Dreaming"     4:38
9. "Michael Jackson Freestyle"     2:29
10. "London Girl Pt 2"     2:47
11. "Touch Me"     3:49
12. "Put That Work In"     1:48


Informations taken from whosampled

"I'm Paranoid"

"Suicide Watch"

"Things We Do"

"Get The Money"

"Funny How Time Flies"

  • "Funny How Time Flies" by Intro

"If You Leaving, Then Leave..."


"Michael Jackson Freestyle"

"Touch Me"


  1. ^ XXL review
  2. ^
  3. ^ 50 Cent Dedicates “Forever King” Mixtape to Michael Jackson Rolling Stone
  4. ^ 50 Cent Releases 'Forever King' On And Other Websites AllHipHop
  5. ^

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