Fresh out the pen, middle finger up, comes Ja Rule with his first solo recording since his release from prison in May. Sounds like Rule York still got it. No Molly, no Tom Ford. flex
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During the Mixshow Live Conference week, N.O.R.E. brought out Ja during the Coast 2 Coast Live Showcase at the W Hotel Midtown Friday for his first his first post-jail performance.
It’s been a long time coming, but always on time. Last week, Ashanti reunited with Ja in the lab to work on new music. The pair sure have made some great tunes in the past. Hopefully this result is no different.
Now that Ja Rule’s out the clink, N.O.R.E. snatches him, Lil Wayne and Birdman for his remix. The track will appear on N.O.’s Good Belt Gang compilation which is set to drop later this year.
Ja Rule was released from the Mid-State Correctional Facility in New York this morning after completing a majority of his two year bid on weapons charges. Instead of going home though, he was remanded to another facitily to complete the rest of his sentence on tax evasion charges. According to the AP, he should be free in less than six months. UPDATE. According to N.O.R.E, Loki’s home! Will have to remain on home confinement until July 28th.
Last week, Ja was released, but returned to the bing to finish the remainder of his sentence. Today, Mister Cee recognized his catalogue with an hour mix on Hot 97. Damn, Ja got hits. info
Eight long years. Eight long years. Released during his current incarceration for gun possession and tax evasion, PIL 2 was Ja Rule’s first album since 2004’s R.U.L.E. Damn, that’s hard to believe. Ja decided to stick to the old script and re-connect with producer Aurelius Seven who handled the entire project. Too bad this beatmaker has lost his touch. Even the somewhat enjoyable opener “Real Life Fantasty”, where Ja laments the loss of fellow Murder Inc. artists, sounds too choppy. […]