I, John is the second album by rapper John Forté, released in 2002. It was released on an Indie label named Transparent, and is ironically hard to find now. Recorded while he was awaiting sentencing for drug distribution charges, Forte took the opportunity to make the most introspective, reflective, and experimental music of his short career. "Harmonize" rides a classic break beat and shows the styling that he employed so successfully with the Fugees. However, "Been There, Done That" might as well be an alternative rock song, and "Reunion" closes the album in acoustic fashion. "Will you hold a place for me?" John vulnerably sings.