It's been well over a decade since Eminem reveled in the center of seemingly every fiery controversy in popular culture. Never before had an artist dragged so many bystanders into his path of destruction. His assaults were ghastly, yet outstanding displays of rhyme, cadence and character.
Ja Rule is keeping himself in the news these days, to coincide with the release of his new book "Unruly: The Highs and Lows of Becoming a Man." Earlier today we saw his sit-down with Ebro and Peter Rosenberg over at Hot 97, where he discussed at length his beef with 50 Cent and certain incidents he revealed within
Ja Rule will release his new book, Unruly: The Highs and Lows of Being a Man next week, and it may just bring an old beef back from the dead. The book details much of the highly-publicized feud between Ja Rule and 50 Cent, but most notably, gives us a look behind the scenes.
Last night Jennifer Lopez gave residents of her hometown, The Bronx, the opportunity to catch her in concert for free, throwing an outdoor show at Orchard Beach in Pelham Bay Park. Her first-ever concert in the borough, last night's show was made even more special by the guests J.
50 Cent has been raising eyebrows more than ever over the last few months. In recent interviews, the NY rapper took every opportunity he could to take shots at his former G-Unit crew, only to reunite with them onstage at Summer Jam last night.
Ja Rule has been busy these days, not so much working on music but working on a book. He's been writing the book since his time in prison, and now that the man is free, he's getting ready to release the book on July 1st.
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.