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Blood in My Eye

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Ja Rule ~ Blood In My Eye

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For all those who care about Ja Rule's beef with 50 Cent, which at this point is quite possibly nobody, Rule wastes much time on Blood trying to settle the score. Considering 50 Cent has been ripping Rule to shreds for the better part of 2003, battle cuts like the catchy Scott Storch-produced "Clap Back" might be justifiable. However, Rule uses more than half of these tracks to air his 50 Cent gripes. In a music climate where rap-on-rap violence is no joke--and on an album that clocks in at only 45 minutes--that's a problem. When "The Crown" opens with a great sample from Afro-conscious reggae artist Sizzla, it seems like a welcome if temporary respite from his unresolved G-Unit issues, but that's not the case at all--it's just much of the same. And why would a man who's been dissed as a Tupac mimic enlist the talents of Pac homie Fatal Hussein on four tracks? Committed Ja Rule fans looking for those signature hip-pop collaborations he's taken to the bank before won’t find them here. --Dalton Higgins

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (November 4, 2003)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Def Jam
  • ASIN: B0000DJYR8
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (298 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #70,128 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By warrior33 on November 6, 2003
Format: Audio CD
On his 5th album Ja Rule finally returns to the hardcore style he had on his 1st album. But I don't know if he did it because he wanted to or because of the beef with 50 Cent. It's pretty obvious that 50 influenced this album, because Ja's dissin him throughout the entire CD, he also takes shots at Eminem, Dr. Dre, DMX, & Busta Rhymes. Nevertheless this is a hot album, there really aren't any weak tracks, but the skits are pointless, and there are too many guest appearances. The only guest that really does a good job is Hussein Fatal who was part of 2pac's crew the Outlawz. Bottom line this is Ja's best album since Venni Vetti Vecci there is no pop-rap here and best of all... No Ashanti!!! Anyone who liked Ja's 1st album should check this out.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Norfeest VINE VOICE on April 30, 2004
Format: Audio CD
This CD is good for one thing......beats. The beats are hot, but the Rule is not. The album is only 45 minutes long and he spends 40 of those minutes talking about 50 Cent. For those of you that get caught up in silly things like "beef" (a.k.a. "tactless marketing that boosts sales"), or if you want to listen to Ja whine for 45 minutes about being shoved from the spotlight, then this album is for you. If you're looking for good music, then look elsewhere. Like I said before, the beats are hot, but that's all this CD is good for. If you can download it for free, then do so. But if you're going to buy it, get a used copy and don't pay more than $5.00 for it either. The only reason I even bothered is because I'm a DJ and people wanted to hear "Clap Back" in the club. But I borrowed it from a friend. Even I wasn't silly enough to put any dollars on it.

Personal Favorites: "Clap Back" and "Crown"....there really isn't much else there.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By LADAMIEN on November 13, 2003
Format: Audio CD
YO THIS ALBUM IS SIMILAR TO HIS DEBUT BUT IF U ASK ME WHEN HE FIRST CAME OUT HE WAS HUNGRY NOW HE'S NOT HE'S GANGSTA BUT NOT HUNGRY HE JUST WANNA DISS 50 AND PROVE A POINT
THIS ALBUM HAD SOME HOT SONGS THOUGH
CLAP BACK
CROWN
RACE AGAINSED TIME PT 2
AND THE 2 FREESTYLES
BUT NOT HIS BEST THIS ALBUM WAS FOCUSED 2 MUCH ON GETTIN BACK ON 50 BUT ITS OK
JUST A LIL TASTE OF HIS LAST ALBUM ENTITLED VETTI VENNI VICCI(DOUBLE CD)THAT COMES OUT IN JUNE 2004
I JUST DONT KNOW WHY HE NAMED IT HE SAME AS HIS DEBUT
BUT I HOPE ITS IS A CLASSIC LIKE HIS DEBUT
IF JA'S GONNA LEAVE THE GAME WHICH I THINK HE'S NOT HE NEEDS TO LEAVE WITH A BANG
ALOTA GANGSTA, SOME HOT SKITS (REMO) AND A LIL r@B JUST 2 GET MORE AUDIENCES TO GET THE ALBUM
SO HOLLA AT YA BOY
LADAMIEN AKA FLAWLESS
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Kalie A. Gipson on November 16, 2003
Format: Audio CD
It's MURDAAAAAAA! Yeah, Ja KILLS 50 in this album! People need to stop hatin on Ja just because 50 does! Ja has no R&B songs on here, it's all hardcore rap! Ja MURDERS 50, I don't know if the CD can get any better! There's only 10 songs on the album, 2 of those are freestyles, 3 Skits, and an intro off the movie Paid in Full. I'll rate the 10 individual songs:
The Life: Great song, with nice beat and it's good lyrically. 9/10
Clap Back: Awesome! Ja does really clap back on haters! 10/10
The Crown: The chorus is weird, but I'll love the beat. 9/10
Things Gon Change/2 Punk A$$ quarters: With the others from Murda Inc, This is awesome! Clappin back on the haters! And I love the skit, it says-"Is this what this is about? 2 Punk A$$ MotherF###in Quarters?" 10/10
Race against time part 2: Awesome! Ja rule at his best on here! Great! 11/10
N****s & B*****S: Pretty good, not the best though. 8/10
The INC is Back: Another highlight! Awesome beat! 10/10
Blood in My Eye: Real Short, but it's still off da hook. 10/10
Bonus Tracks:
It's Murda(Freestyle): Awesome! Both Ja and Hussein Fatal tear 50 apart! Fatal says that Pac would never make a record with a Wanksta snitch!-10/10
The Wrap(Freestyle): Another awesome freestyle wit Hussein Fatal. 10/10
This album really tears 50. Ja can't be beat! It's MURDAAAA!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on November 18, 2003
Format: Audio CD
Dis album is completely wack. After listening to dis album at a tower store, i don't know how anybody in they right mind could buy dis piece of shiite. ja has just about hte most annoying voice i eva heard; it obvious he try to copy the one and only pac, but he got a long ways to go. if you want sum real hip hop, go buy some g-unit or wu-tang and take stay away from fake a** unoriginal rappers like ja, jermaine dupree, and bow wow
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By "eyecalone" on December 7, 2003
Format: Audio CD
Ja-Rule Thanks: All The Black Leaders: Marcus Garvey, Malcolm X, Martin Luther King Jr., Nelson Mandela, Natt Turner, Hariett Tubman, Roy Wilkins, Muhammad Ali, George Jackson, Louis Farahkan - No I'm serious, this is what the pullout cover of Ja-Rule's latest effort, Blood in My Eye, says. I know, I know ... I also didn't know it was possible to make 9 deceased souls all turn in their graves at once. While we're talking about black leaders, by now you've probably heard how Nation of Islam leader Louis Farahkan has recently tried to broker a peace between the feuding camps of Ja-Rule and 50-Cent, but after listening to this album I'm not even sure why Ja-Rule bothered to meet with Minister Farakhan as this LP is certain to do nothing but fan the flames. Who would have thought that in the midst of a heated, bordering on violent, "beef" with 50-Cent and his camp that Ja-Rule would record a tribute album to 50-Cent. Of the 8, actually new, songs on the album more than half of them deal directly or indirectly with the feud. That's not counting the 3 skits and 2 "bonus freestyles" that attack 50-Cent, Eminem, Dr.Dre, etc. I don't have much good to say about the camps of Ja-Rule or 50-Cent but in these type of exchanges it's usually pretty easy to tell who is winning, hint, hint, McDonald's rarely mentions Burger King and Coca-Cola rarely mentions Pepsi in their advertisements. Blood In My Eye starts off with solid production on cuts like "The Life" and "Clap Back" but it isn't long before the album succumbs to a lack of direction, content, and most other things that make an album worth hearing.Read more ›
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