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  1. Ja Rule

    Ja Rule

    Rapper, actor

  2. Between Me and You

    Between Me and You (2000)


    "Between Me and You" is the first single from Ja Rule's second album, Rule 3:36. The single features Christina Milian and was released on June 16, 2000, to radio. The song was his major crossover first hit, peaking at #11 on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart. It also reached #26 on the UK Singles Chart. The song was produced by Irv Gotti. A version also exists with Ja Rule singing the chorus instead of Christina Milian.

  3. Put It on Me

    Put It on Me (2000)


    "Put It on Me" is a song from Ja Rule's second album, Rule 3:36. The song features female Murder Inc. rapper Vita. This actual song was not released to radio, but the highly popular remix, also featuring Elektra Records singer, Lil Mo, was released to radio.

  4. What's Going On

    What's Going On (1970)


    "What's Going On" is a song by American recording artist Marvin Gaye, released in 1971 on the Motown subsidiary, Tamla. Originally inspired by a police brutality incident witnessed by Renaldo "Obie" Benson, the song was composed by Benson, Al Cleveland and Gaye and produced by Gaye himself. The song, which focused on major seventh and minor seventh chords, and was oriented in sounds by jazz, gospel and classical music orchestration, was mainly viewed as a meditation on the troubles and problems of the world, proving to be a timely and relatable release, and marked Gaye's departure from the Motown Sound towards more personal material. Later topping the Hot Soul Singles chart for five weeks and crossing over to number-two on the Billboard Hot 100, it would sell over two million copies, becoming Gaye's second most successful Motown song to date.

  5. Mesmerize

    Mesmerize (2002)


    "Mesmerize" is the second single by Ja Rule from his album The Last Temptation. The song was produced by Irv Gotti and features R&B artist Ashanti. The song peaked at number 2 on the Billboard Hot 100 making it Ashanti's and Ja Rule's fourth top ten hit as a duet.

  6. Down Ass Bitch

    Down Ass Bitch


    "Down Ass Bitch" (the radio edit version was titled "Down A** Chick") was the fourth single by American rapper Ja Rule, from his third studio album Pain Is Love (2001). It features then-labelmate Charli Baltimore and was the last single released from the album.

  7. Always On Time

    Always On Time


    "Always on Time" is a song by American rapper Ja Rule, featuring Ashanti, and produced by Irv Gotti. The music was written by 7 Aurelius, Ja Rule and Irving Lorenzo. The song became a worldwide hit and was Ashanti's first Hot 100 number one single and Ja Rule's second.

  8. I Cry

    I Cry (2000)


    "I Cry" is the third and final single from Ja Rule's second studio album, Rule 3:36. The song samples "Cry Together," by The O'Jays. This was also the final collaborative single by Ja Rule and former associate, Lil Mo. It was after this release that Irv Gotti decided that Ja Rule should work with Ashanti.

  9. Holla, Holla

    Holla, Holla (1999)


    "Holla Holla" is the debut single by American rapper Ja Rule from his debut studio album Venni Vetti Vecci. It was produced by Irv Gotti and Tyrone Fyffe. The music video was directed by Hype Williams and Irv Gotti.

  10. Clap back

    Clap back (2003)


    "Clap Back" is a song by American rapper Ja Rule, released as the only single from his fifth studio album, Blood in My Eye (2003). It was produced by American producer Scott Storch, who helped write the song along with Ja Rule and Irv Gotti. In the United States, the song was released along with "The Crown" (featuring Sizzla) from Blood in My Eye, and outside the United States the song was released along with "The Reign", the final single from Ja Rule's previous studio album Pain Is Love (2001). The song is a diss track directed at 50 Cent and Eminem.

  11. Body

    Body (2008)


    "Body" was supposed to be a single by Ja Rule but the song has been cut. It features Ashley Joi and was produced by 7 Aurelius. The video was directed by Hype Williams and it premiered on BET's Access Granted on September 20, 2007.

  12. Livin' It Up

    Livin' It Up (2001)


    "Livin' It Up" is a single by rapper Ja Rule featuring singer Case, released in 2001 from the Pain is Love. The song samples Stevie Wonder's 1982 hit "Do I Do". Basketball star, Baron Davis, makes an appearance in the video.

  13. What's Luv?

    What's Luv? (2001)


    "What’s Luv?" is a 2001 hip hop song by American rapper Fat Joe, released as the second single from his fourth studio album Jealous Ones Still Envy (J.O.S.E.). The song features additional vocals from singer Ashanti, and also from rapper Ja Rule on the album version on the song. The single peaked at #4 in the United Kingdom and at #2 on the Billboard Hot 100, staying on the chart for twenty weeks. It was Ashanti's second top ten single, Fat Joe's first and Ja Rule's seventh. The single helped make Ashanti the first female artist to simultaneously occupy the top two positions on the Hot 100. The song also reached #1 on the Rap Songs chart and has since sold over 4,500,000 copies.

  14. Wonderful

    Wonderful (2004)


    "Wonderful" is the lead single from rapper Ja Rule's 2004 album R.U.L.E.. The song features American pop-R&B singers R. Kelly and Ashanti. Hype Williams directed the music video.

  15. Thug Lovin'

    Thug Lovin' (2002)


  16. Ain't It Funny

    Ain't It Funny (2006)


    "Ain't It Funny" is a song recorded by American recording artist Jennifer Lopez. The song was written by Lopez and Cory Rooney, and produced by Rooney and Dan Shea for Lopez's second studio album, J.Lo (2001). The song was released as the album's third single on July 3, 2001.

  17. Caught up

    Caught up (2004)


    "Caught Up" is the third single by American rapper Ja Rule from his sixth studio album R.U.L.E. and was released on May 25, 2005 by The Inc./Def Jam. It features labelmate Lloyd.

  18. New York

    New York (2004)


    "New York" is a 2004 single by rapper Ja Rule, featuring Fat Joe and Jadakiss, from his album R.U.L.E.. The track was produced by Cool & Dre, and the chorus is based around Boogie Down Productions' 1990 song, "100 Guns" The song peaked at #27 on the US Hot 100 chart, #14 on U.S. R&B and Hip-Hop, and #10 on Hot Rap Tracks.

  19. Rule 3:36

    Rule 3:36 (2000)


    Rule 3:36 is American rapper Ja Rule's second studio album, released in October 2000.

  20. Rainy Dayz

    Rainy Dayz (2002)


    "Rainy Dayz" is a song by American recording artist Mary J. Blige featuring additional vocals by rapper Ja Rule. Taken from Blige's re-release of her fifth studio album, No More Drama, the track was released to coincide with the release of the album's reissue, serving as its final single. The Irv Gotti-produced duet became another hit for both, while peaking at number 12 on Billboard's Hot 100 and number 17 in the United Kingdom.

  21. Venni Vetti Vecci

    Venni Vetti Vecci (1999)


    Venni Vetti Vecci is the debut studio album by American recording artist Ja Rule, released through Murder Inc. Records. The album title alludes to the Latin phrase "veni, vidi, vici", meaning "I came, I saw, I conquered". The album was also the first release on Irv Gotti's Murder Inc. Records imprint. Before the end of 1999, the album had been certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). This album, much like DMX's, It's Dark and Hell Is Hot, was a shift from Puff Daddy, Mase, and Bad Boy Records' "shiny suit era".

  22. Pain Is Love

    Pain Is Love (2001)


    Pain Is Love is the third studio album by American Rapper Ja Rule released in 2001. Its sequel was released on February 28, 2012, entitled Pain Is Love 2.

  23. I'm Real

    I'm Real (2006)


    "I'm Real" is the name of two songs by Jennifer Lopez. One is the song taken from her second studio album, J.Lo (2001), and the other is "I'm Real (Murder Remix)", which features rapper Ja Rule of The Inc. Records (formerly known as Murder Inc. Records), included on the special edition of J.Lo, Lopez's remix album, J to tha L-O!: The Remixes (2002), and Ja Rule's third studio album, Pain Is Love (2001). I'm Real (Murder Remix) reached number one on the US Billboard Hot 100 on September 8, 2001, and remained there for five non-consecutive weeks. Ja Rule had been brought in after the moderate US performance of "Play", the second single from J.Lo. Singer Ashanti (also on The Inc.) provided backing vocals on the Murder Remix. The two songs are essentially different songs with the same title.

  24. Damn

    Damn (2008)


    "Damn (Should've Treated U Right)" is the title of a pop/R&B single by So Plush featuring Ja Rule. The single spent 18 weeks on the US R&B singles chart in 1999.

  25. R.U.L.E.

    R.U.L.E. (2004)


    R.U.L.E. is the sixth studio album by rapper Ja Rule, released November 9, 2004. It debuted at #7 on the Billboard 200, moving about 165,000 units in its opening week and has been certified Gold in the US selling more than 600,000 copies. It marked a successful return to the charts after many feuds with other rappers. It spawned the top 10 song "Wonderful" featuring R. Kelly and Ashanti; the top 20 song "New York" featuring Jadakiss and Fat Joe, and the song "Caught Up" featuring Lloyd. This is Ja Rules last album to be released on Irv Gotti's label The Inc. Records.

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