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. […]
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It seems like it was yesterday, Ja turned himself in. Last week, his
The life of a celebrity has its good and bad.
[vodpod id=Video.16120785&w=540&h=350&fv=codever%3D1%26amp%3Bplayerid%3D61371447001%26amp%3Bstillurl%3Dhttp%253A%252F%252Fpdl%252Estream%252Eaol%252Ecom%252Fpdlext%252Faol%252Fbrightcove%252Fus%252Fmusic%252Fmusicvideos%252Ffontana%252Fjarule%252Fjarule%255Fbelieve%255Fvideo%255Fstill%255F480%252Ejpg%26amp%3Bpublisherid%3D1612833736%26amp%3Bvideoid%3D1458386087001] Even behind bars, Ja keeps hope alive when it comes to videos. Here’s his latest motion picture off his upcoming album, Pain Is Love 2.
Vodka usually goes down smooth, but for Ja’s new recording, bring a chaser. After a few listens, the hook might reel you in, but that’s about where it stops. Nevertheless, Pain Is Love 2 drops on February 28th.
Before Ja went behind bars he shot the video to his new single, and today we finally get the final product directed by Hype Williams. Pain Is Love 2 drops February 28. hhmm via wshh
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