Posted by , Oct 8, 2016 at 04:56pm
The three rappers were once part of the short-lived supergroup Murder Inc.

Beyoncé's final show on her formation tour brought out some enviable guests, but the backstage scene was even more star-studded. An impressive group photo following the show revealed Papoose, Remy Ma, and T.I. were among those taking in the concert from sidestage, but a very special moment came when Jay Z, DMX, and Ja Rule reminisced on old times.

For those who don't know, the three rappers once had plans for a supergroup called Murder Inc. While they did have one official release ("Mudergram" off the Streets Is Watching soundtrack), and a few other collaborations, their plans to put out an album never materialized. Later on, Murder Inc. was founded as a label by Irv Gotti and would release albums by Ja Rule, but the supergroup was long forgotten.

Friday night, Hov, X, and Ja, took a minute to take a few photos together, as well as reminiscing about their past collaborations, bringing us right back to their 1999 XXL cover. DJ Khaled has taken credit for the meet-up on Instagram.

Check out some pictures and videos from the reunion below. Is it to late to do at least one more record?

My Niggas!! Murder Inc The Group. #immortals

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A photo posted by DJ KHALED (@djkhaled) on

@beyonce THANK YOU 🙏🏽🐝🔑😀🎶🎤🎥🌺✊🏽

A photo posted by DJ KHALED (@djkhaled) on

Jay Z, DMX & Ja Rule Reunite Backstage At Beyoncé Show

The three rappers were once part of the short-lived supergroup Murder Inc.


Beyoncé's final show on her formation tour brought out some enviable guests, but the backstage scene was even more star-studded. An impressive group photo following the show revealed Papoose, Remy Ma, and T.I. were among those taking in the concert from sidestage, but a very special moment came when Jay Z, DMX, and Ja Rule reminisced on old times.

For those who don't know, the three rappers once had plans for a supergroup called Murder Inc. While they did have one official release ("Mudergram" off the Streets Is Watching soundtrack), and a few other collaborations, their plans to put out an album never materialized. Later on, Murder Inc. was founded as a label by Irv Gotti and would release albums by Ja Rule, but the supergroup was long forgotten.

Friday night, Hov, X, and Ja, took a minute to take a few photos together, as well as reminiscing about their past collaborations, bringing us right back to their 1999 XXL cover. DJ Khaled has taken credit for the meet-up on Instagram.

Check out some pictures and videos from the reunion below. Is it to late to do at least one more record?

My Niggas!! Murder Inc The Group. #immortals

A photo posted by Irv "Gotti" Lorenzo (@irvgotti187) on

A photo posted by DJ KHALED (@djkhaled) on

@beyonce THANK YOU 🙏🏽🐝🔑😀🎶🎤🎥🌺✊🏽

A photo posted by DJ KHALED (@djkhaled) on

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