By Hardcore Critic Hip Hop Vibe Staff Writer Regardless of how things turned out, Ja Rule was going down in hip hop history. Early in his career, Rule crafted a number of hit singles in a short span of time. To date, his "Always on Time" single is the most-successful in Def
Despite being behind bars, Ja Rule continues to get the fans hyped for the release of Pain is Love 2. Those who have heard the album have given it positive reviews. The latest leak from the album is "Black Vodka," likely the next single from the album. Listen to "Black Vodka"
By The Hip Hop Writer Hip Hop Vibe Staff Writer Much like a superstar athlete who has a career-altering injury, when thinking of Ja Rule's career, many think about what could have been for the Queens rapper. At the peak of his career, Ja Rule was facing the first backlash of his
By The Hip Hop Writer Hip Hop Vibe Staff Writer In 2007, many began to take Ja Rule seriously again, as he released several new singles, made appearances on BET and MTV, and planned to release his new album. As anticipation built for the new album, the rug was unexpectedly pulled from
By The Hip Hop Writer Hip Hop Vibe Staff Writer During the summer of 2007, the hip hop world was shocked when Ja Rule made a surprising return to the game. Ja Rule announced he would release his comeback album, The Mirror, before the end of 2007. Towards the end of 2007,
By The Hip Hop Writer Hip Hop Vibe Staff Writer For four years, Ja Rule has been on the comeback trail. In 2007, Murder Inc. Records made a strong comeback. The label established a deal with Universal Records and Irv Gotti accepted an executive role with the label. Ja Rule was to
"Falling to Pieces" is the first single off Ja Rule's EP, pre-Pain is Love 2. The song is produced by 7 Aurelius. Listen to "Falling to Pieces" by Ja Rule below:
By The Hip Hop Writer Hip Hop Vibe Staff Writer The past few years have been an incredible journey for Ja Rule, the former focal point of the game. After being away for three years, Ja Rule announced his comeback album. The album was initially titled Love is Pain, a sequel to