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Ja Rules' latest album was a true attest to his talent and skillas an artist and album maker. I must say the I was pleased with the contributions of other artists as well . Ja Rule gives the up and comer as well as the solid veteran a chance to shine and share the spotlight. Which is his best and worst idea. It gave this album a true uniqueness in that it had a variety of sounds and styles. Though it also took some of the emphasis off of his own talent. I would recommend this album for purchase due to its great tracks and pure verses. Though I was a little dissapointed some of the material sounded similar to previous material. It is still a worthwhile album to add to any collection. Also a good album for Ja Rule to continue to grow and prosper from.
JA RULE/VARIOUS Interview (Included on a 2004 UK Universal label 16-track Westworld - The ... more
Takeover compilation promo DVD-R acetate also features interviews with Sean Paul & Keith Murray etc custom picture sleeve) 1. Titles - What Up Gangsta2. Ja Rule Interview3. Sean Paul & Wayne Wonder Interview4. Jamaica Part One5. Timbaland & Norega Interview6. Club Jump Off7. Noreaga and Busta Rhymes Interview8. Freeway Interview9. T.O.K Interview10. Jamaica
JA RULE featuring ASHANTI Always On Time (2002 UK 3-track CD single including LP Version & ... more
Radio Version plus an enhanced CD-Rom section featuring the video to the title track along with I Cry featuring Lil Mo picture sleeve) 1 Always On Time (LP Version) 4:04 2 Always On Time (Radio Version) 4:04 3 I Cry (featuring Lil Mo) 5:17 Video