The 25 Best Posse Cuts in Rap History

25. Drake f/ Kanye West, Lil Wayne & Eminem "Forever" (2009)

Producer: Boi-1da
Album: More Than A Game Soundtrack
Label: Zone 4, Interscope, Shady, Aftermath

If you're wondering why a platinum artist like Drake would jump on a single for a relative newcomer like A$AP Rocky (as he did last year on "Fuckin' Problems"), look no further than "Forever," and just assume he's paying it forward. On the cusp of full-blown stardom, Drake was ushered into the big leagues by Yeezy, Weezy, and Shady on "Forever"—before his debut album even dropped. And yet it wasn't Drake's coming out party that got everyone talking: it was Eminem's comeback that really shook up the game. After dealing with drug addiction and a brief hiatus from rap, Em emerged from the bat cave with a barrage of bars, proving that it was more than just a game to him; he was born to rock mics. Insanul Ahmed

Best Verse: Eminem

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