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Birdman makes a cameo appearances in the video on Lil Wayne's verse, sitting next to him in the VIP section of the club. The song become the most downloaded song for the week ending September 15, 2009.On the week of September 24, the song debuted at #8 on the Billboard Hot 100, making it Drake's highest debut on the chart as well as his third top-ten single.it also topped the rap songs chart making it Drake's second #1 on that chart.Kardinal did not use the song for his album and it was later re-sold to Drake, who released it in late 2008 as "I Want This Forever" featuring Lil Wayne and Nut da Kidd.In an interview, Kardinal stated that his version was a leaked demo which was supposed to appear on his album, Not 4 Sale, as well as a soundtrack.The song was also placed on the re-release of Eminem's album Relapse, entitled Relapse: Refill.Eminem performed his verse of the song at the American Music Awards of 2009."Forever" is a single by rappers Drake, Kanye West, Lil Wayne and Eminem.
Drake performed the song with Lil Wayne, Eminem and Travis Barker at the 52nd Grammy Awards.The track was produced by Boi-1da and originally used by Kardinal Offishall featuring Rock City in early 2008, as "Bring It Back".Le Bron James appears in the opening of the music video in the back seat of a Maybach playing online poker on Poker Stars on his customized Beats by Dr. Except for during dissolves, there is not a single frame in the video where more than one of the rappers is featured.Throughout the video, there are clips and pictures from the documentary about James, More Than a Game, and of him as a kid playing basketball. Porter and Slaughterhouse members Crooked I, Joe Budden, Joell Ortiz and Royce da 5'9" make cameo appearances in Eminem's verse of the video behind him as he raps his verse.
Jason Thurston of marked the song as one of the standout tracks of the album, writing: "The record hits a high point early on the six-minute epic 'Forever,' a convention of rap's wordsmiths as Kanye West, Drake, Lil Wayne, and Eminem pass the baton over a dark, soulful, slightly mournful beat, separated by an echoing modern R&B Auto-Tune hook." Stephen Thomas Erlewine of also highlighted the song, and commented: "Forever" is none too coincidentally the one track in the entirety of Eminem's 2009 comeback that feels utterly modern." Entertainment Weekly was positive: "Those who frequent hip-hop blogs will already be acquainted with the strongest material, like Drake's Forever — where the rookie teams with all-stars Lil Wayne, Kanye West, and Eminem" and it was also on Download This list.It premiered on September 22, 2009 on BET's musical program 106 & Park.