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As the flagship artist for producer Irv Gotti's Def Jam-affiliated Murder Inc. label, Ja Rule became one of the rap industry's most commercially successful artists during the early 2000s, working closely with the hitmaking producer and his stable of talent. Born Jeffrey Atkins on February 29, 1976, in Queens, NY, Ja Rule established himself with Venni Vetti Vecci (1999), a hardcore ... Read more in Amazon's Ja Rule Store

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  • Audio CD (December 6, 2005)
  • Original Release Date: 2005
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Def Jam
  • ASIN: B000BY827I
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (32 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #79,719 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Editorial Reviews

Ja Rule's long-distance run is collected for the first time on this his 7th album. Exodus ia a newly-compiled 19-track anthology spanning 1999-2005. Three previously unreleased tracks include the new title single, 'Exodus,' and 'Me'. Def Jam. 2005.

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I can grab Exodus and let some of the songs I really like by Ja Rule play.
Shelia M Goss
I lot of the songs are great dont get me wrong, but Ja left off three top ten singles, one of which was a #1 single.
Music Fan
This collection serves as a testament to a great run of multi-platinum hit records.
Gabriel K. Busch

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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Done on December 11, 2005
Format: Audio CD
After six albums Ja Rule has released a eighteen track compilation of his hits with "Exodus" (2005). Three new tracks are included. The opener "Exodus" (Intro) has Ja Rule recollecting on years past, talking about his rise in the rap game and the ups and downs his label has experienced, Irv Gotti finishes off the track with some words of his own. "Me" has Ja Rule addressing the haters, and artists who hated on his style then copied it, while talking to the ladies. I remember when Rule dropped his debut album "Venni Vetti Vecci", loved that album, the banging "Holla Holla", "It's Murda" and heartfelt "Daddy's Little Baby" feat. Ron Isley are included on this release. All are good tracks, though that release has ones I like more. Ja Rule's first real commercial album was "Rule 3:36", hits "Put It On Me" feat. Vita, the deep "I Cry" Feat. Lil Mo and "Love Me, Hate Me" (a track that some fickle fans should listen to) are included. The feel good "Livin It Up", smooth "Always on Time" and dark "Never Again" are three additions from Rule's 3rd album "Pain Is Love". The first Ja Rule release that I was not impressed with was "The Last Temptation", "Thug Loving" feat. Bobby Brown and "Mesmerize" feat. Ashanti were to typical for me at that time, while the rest of that album was forgettable.Read more ›
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Aphterthought on December 8, 2005
Format: Audio CD
Ja Rule's last couple of years in the rap game have been plagued with turmoil. From a bitter feud with current pop sensation 50 Cent, to the federal indictment of friends and label-heads Chris and Irving "Gotti" Lorenzo, Jeffrey "Ja Rule" Atkins is in a much different position than he was just a few years ago. This CD is a fascinating look into what it takes/took to make a hit and a sad mirror into the fickleness of rap fans in general.

On this greatest hits compilation, Ja's first full-fledged solo hit Holla Holla is here in all it's aggressive glory. The tune is followed by the much more buttery and ultimately derivative gangsta crooning that propelled Ja to the top (I Cry, Livin' It Up, Always On Time) and ultimately led to his characterization by so-called rap purists, as well as his nemesis 50 Cent, as merely a pop singer. Ironically, hip-hop's current golden boy has himself chosen to embrace that same sing-songy style in order to attain a position at the top of the charts. Ja ultimately found himself temporarily back in the street's favor with the agressive New York featuring artists Jadakiss and Fat Joe, themselves embroiled in a rap feud with 50 because of this very song.

The most interesting material of this album however is it's new material, alone worthy of the album's purchase. The intro and outro of the LP detail Ja's frustrations over his fans' defection and the trials and tribulations of Ja's federally investigated and indicted label, Murder Inc. His song Me talks of the chastising of his style, yet it's spawning of copycats who do the same with little negative backlash.

With a rumored upcoming album under the pseudonym "Loki" alluded to in the album's new material, to the acquital of executives Irving and Chris Lorenzo, 2006 and beyond may find brighter fortunes for Mr. Atkins. If this is to be his final exodus, it's a worthy retrospective into the up-and-down career of Ja Rule.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By JoJo on December 14, 2005
Format: Audio CD
Ja Rule, love him or hate him, was one of the biggest hip-hop/pop stars of the late 1990s and early 00s. This greatest hits collection could have been a true testament to the state of popular music in that era, but is way too incomplete. What is missing? One of his biggest hits, and his first number one, "I'm Real" with Jennifer lopez. Also missing is the single version of "Put It On Me," which featured amazing vocals from Lil' Mo. How can they have left that one off? That was the HIT version of the song. That is unacceptable. Also missing is his first big big hit, "Between You And Me" with Christina Milian. Also missing are the hits "Down Ass Bitch," "Down 4 U," which was another top ten hit, "Can I Get A..." with JayZ and Amil, and "Rainy Dayz" with Mary J. Blige. They should have made this a 2 CD set and added a few album tracks, like "Caught Up" and "X" and have made a truly definitive package.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Marqui on March 1, 2006
Format: Audio CD
What is Mike Ox Long on??? I'm sick of people writing reviews just to diss when they haven't even listened to the CD. Anyways..

This is Ja Rule's greatest hits collection after 6 albums and record sales of over 13 million. Here's my review track by track.

1] Exodus (Intro) - A track discussing the recent investigation into the Murder Inc. empire of money laundering charges. This is the lead single from this CD. Irv Gotti also speaks on this track - "I dont understand why they would think what they thinking about, its just not the case though. I love my n-----, thats all I'm guilty of and that all that I ever was guilty of."

2] Me - A new song with a nice laid back beat with Ja showing everyone that he's still got it after 6 albums. In the chorus he spits: "how dare these n-----s try to hate on me/Come out and make records sounding just like me" and claims that rappers are stealing to `melodic formula' that he and Gotti invented.

3] Holla Holla - Ja's debut single from the "Venni Vetti Vecci" album peaked at #2 on Billboard's Hot Rap Tracks and #35 on the Hot 100. This track is a blazin' party starter.

4] It's Murda (Featuring DMX & Jay-Z) - The street single from VVV that ripped up mixtapes and was the first commercially released single from the Cash Money Click consisting of Ja, X and Hov'. Ja also used the instrumental to this track to freestyle on 2003's `Blood In My Eye'.

5] Put It On Me (Featuring Vita) - This is the album version of the hit single with Lil' Mo (who isn't present on this version) that reached #8 on the hot 100. It's a shame that the HIT version of this song wasn't included on this album as the version without Lil' Mo sounds sort of boring.
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