Ja Rule News

 
  • Cover of Blurred Lines: The Integration Of R&B In Hip-Hop
    In the '90s the rap and R&B scenes had really emerged in to their own distinctiveness. The R&B scene was dominated by acts like Jodeci, Mary J. Blige, Aaliyah, SWV, Ginuwine, Mariah Carey, Brandy and Monica and many many more.
  • Cover of Ja Rule & 50 Cent Take The Same Flight, End Up In Same Row
    This is random enough. Ja Rule happened to take the exact same flight as his once arch-nemesis 50 Cent, and ended up in the same row as Fif also. 
  • Cover of Irv Gotti Announces Return Of Murder Inc. Label
    Ja Rule is out of jail and ready to return to the rap scene, and he'll once more be working with Irv Gotti.
  • Cover of Ja Rule Admits He "Took The L" In 50 Cent Feud
    50 Cent has had his share of beefs in his career, but his feud with Ja Rule was one of the first high profile rivalries we saw from him. It was pretty clear from the outside 50 that came out on top, with the rapper rising to the top of the rap game, as Ja's relevance quickly waned.
  • Cover of Ashanti Announces Plans To Work With Ja Rule Again [UPDATE: Ja Rule & Ashanti Spotted In The Studio]
    Ashanti and Ja Rule were each responsible for more than a few early aughts hits, but nothing connected with audiences more than when they collaborated. Neither of the former-Murder Inc. artists have been very present on the charts for the last few years, partly to do with Ja Rule's recent bid in Prison.
  • Cover of Ja Rule Talks Prison Life, 50 Cent Beef & Upcoming Music
    Ja Rule was released from jail this past July, after serving two years for gun charges. The rapper finally did his very first interview since his release, talking to Complex on his life in prison, his beef with 50 Cent and Eminem (which he says is squashed), what's coming up music-wise and more.
  • Cover of Ja Rule Released From Jail
    Just as Lauryn Hill receives her sentencing for tax evasion charges, Ja Rule finishes serving his own tax evasion sentence. This morning the rapper was released from jail, according to a tweet from N.O.R.E. aka P.A.P.I.
  • Cover of Ja Rule To Be Released From Prison In July
    Last week, Ja Rule finished serving his time for a 2007 gun charge, and was released from state prison in central New York. He had still yet to complete his sentence for tax evasion however, which he was to serve concurrently with his other charge.
  • Cover of Ja Rule Released From Prison, Still Has To Finish Serving Tax Evasion Sentence
    Ja Rule has been serving time in jail since his 2011 charge of possession of an illegal firearm, however, now the rapper is on the verge of freedom.
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