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Download links and information about Forever by Donell Jones. This album was released in 2013 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Soul genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 47:50 minutes.

Artist: Donell Jones
Release date: 2013
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Soul
Tracks: 12
Duration: 47:50
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No. Title Length
1. New Beginning 1:23
2. Forever 3:46
3. Closer I Get To You (feat. Alja Kamillion) 4:26
4. Beautiful 4:12
5. Don't Blame Me 5:08
6. You Know 4:52
7. I Miss the King 4:03
8. Sorry I Hurt You 4:07
9. Ride This 3:43
10. Step the F*** Off 3:40
11. I'm So Gone 4:18
12. A Mother's Love 4:12



The sticker on the front of Donell Jones' sixth album — his second release for veteran R&B-artist sanctuary eOne — refers to the singer as an "R&B superstar." For someone who has reached the Billboard R&B Top 20 only four times (the last time was in 2002), that's probably a stretch. There's no denying that his fan base is devoted and significant in size; each one of his albums has peaked within the R&B Top Ten, and he really is more of an album artist than a singles artist, since his releases tend to sustain a steady mood and have never seemed concerned with crossing over. More should be made of Jones' versatility. Forever is even closer to being a one-man show than 2010's Lyrics, with Jones performing every instrument but guitar, and he gets only a little songwriting assistance (and no guest appearances from MCs). Apart from the surprisingly brash "Step the F*** Off" and the Michael Jackson tribute "I Miss the King," not much sticks out, but the album is consistently likeable, filled with comfortable, mid-wattage grooves, yearning ballads (including the Teena Marie-sampling "Closer I Get to You"), and a couple diversions into racier content (such as "You Know" and "Ride This").