Ja Rule sits in with Charlemagne, DJ Envy, and Angela Yee at The Breakfast Club. 50 minutes.
The Hot 97 Morning Show is now called Ebro In The Morning. Enter the Ja Rule interview.
Ja Rule and Irv Gotti go down memory lane on this episode of Juan Epstein with Peter Rosenberg and Cipha Sounds.
The Murder Inc team sit in with The Breakfast Club.
Another new track from the recently resurfaced Ja Rule.
Ja Rule is fresh out the pen, literally.
From N.O.R.E.’s upcoming Good Belt Gang compilation, coming soon on Good Belt Gang/Militainment.
Fif speaks with DJ Peter Parker about the dissolution of The Money Team with Maywether, SMS Boxing promotions, and that French Montana is “the new Ja Rule” and that he’ll “put him out of business”.
What a difference 10 years can make. In 2002, Ja Rule was arguably one of the most in demand rappers at the time. His signature brand of “thug lovin” raps dominated the airwaves, and kept the Murder Inc., flag waving high. Whether you loved him or hated him, you couldn’t help but pay attention to [cont.]
Ja Rule sits down with DubCNN to talk about his new album, new label and his future. Check it out above.
New track from Ja Rule as he continues to prepare for the release of his eighth studio album. Not sure whether this one will make the cut, but the new album Venni Vetti Vecci 2010 will be released this Summer. Ja Rule – “The Life’” (MP3)
There is still no release date in the Universal database for The Game’s R.E.D., so take this with a grain of salt…. Still, this copy of the track came over directly from an insider at the label, with the artwork embedded in it. Looks like Game is channeling Ice-T’s The Iceberg / Freedom Of Speech…Just [cont.]
?Yes, Ja Rule’s an R&B singer. Yes, his collaborations with Ashanti are redundant. Yes, he’s not as street as when he was DMX’s dawg in ’98. But to fully understand the impact of 50 Cent’s verbal snuffs requires listening to Ja Rule’s new album Blood In My Eye. The word obsessed comes to mind. Eight [cont.]
For the past two years, it has been hard to ignore Ja Rule and his Murder Inc. crew. From Irv Gotti’s production to guest vocals from Ja and Ashanti, teaming up with the Murda fam has brought success to quite a few acts. Hell, it even got Fat Joe to go topless on MTV. The last album [cont.]
Outspoken Emcee Stabbed A Record of 103 Times; Also Bitten Repeatedly By Pack Of Wild Dogs New York, NY – Rapper 50 Cent, who received major press and radio play from his single, “How To Rob” a humorous song about how he fantasized about robbing the industry’s top rap-stars, was stabbed 103 times last weekend, [cont.]
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