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listen  8. Get It Started [Explicit] 4:00$0.99  Buy MP3 
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listen13. Never Thought [Explicit] 4:42$0.99  Buy MP3 
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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 (November 8, 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Def Jam
  • ASIN: B00064X2QY
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (156 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #99,785 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Editorial Reviews

The rapper responsible for the hits "Holla, Holla", "Between Me & You", & "I'm Real" feat. J-Lo returns with his sixth album. "I Wonder" the first single features none other than R. Kelly and Ashanti.

Customer Reviews

Ja Rule's sixth album is "R.U.L.E."
I was really impressed by the beat and lyrics of Last of the Mohicans.
"New York" is a bit interesting, I suppose, but it's overrated.

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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Philly fakeout on October 8, 2005
Format: Audio CD
I dont know why everyone stopped likeing ja because of 50. Ja was flowing tighter than a 5 year old before 50 was even on the map. I like ja and 50, and i listen to both.Because one person dosent like another dosent mean everyone else needs to start talkin sh*t. So what if ja flows about p*ssy its because he gets it. So F*c* all you hater's, ja is still one of the dopest rappers to grace the industry.
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35 of 44 people found the following review helpful By Done on November 9, 2004
Format: Audio CD
Ja Rule's sixth album is "R.U.L.E." (2004). To say Ja Rule has been through some controversy over the last couple of years would be an understatement. It's also a well known story that does not need to be told again. Ja Rule gets back to the basics with this latest offering, for him that means making records that sell, and I believe this one will. Rule shows he is still hungry on "The Last of the Mohicans", while Black Child delivers an on point chorus. R Kelly and Ashanti hook up with Ja Rule on the commercial single and chart hit "Wonderful". The albums other single which features established MC's Jadakiss and Fat Joe is the blazing hot "New York" which has deservingly blown up. Rule sings well on the smooth laidback "Manuel". First track I have no caring for is "Get It Started" feat. Ciara. The Inc's newest member, R & B singer Lloyd drops in for "Caught Up" a semi-decent track which may be more appreciated by R & B fans. Things pick up again with the standout "Gun Talk", feeling the lyrics and beat to this cut. Ja Rule then hooks up with Giselle on "Never Thought", a decent collaboration. Ja Rule, Trick Daddy and Chink Santana pay tribute to those who have died on the impressive "Life Goes On". "Where I'm From" is an excellent track, Ja Rule goes deep talking about the ghetto, poverty, prison and death, while Lloyd provides a memorable chorus. The albums closer and longest track is the 8 minute "Passion", a track where Rule reflects on the events of the past year, delivering a powerful chorus while finishing his track by doing shout outs and giving thanks. Ja Rule has succeeded in delivering a solid album, following the formula of some of his early albums, I find this album to be step up from his past commercial releases (Pain is Love, Rule 3:36, Last Temptation). My favourite tracks are "New York", "Gun Talk" and "Where I'm from". By an artist's sixth album people should know what they feel about his work, I recommend "R.U.L.E" to those who appreciate his music.
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26 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Keysha on November 12, 2004
Format: Audio CD
This is the best Cd that Ja Rule has come out with in his whole career. I noticed his growth within the lyrics of the songs.
I also noticed that he has turned to God, and talks about him more than he ever has on this CD.
The songs are HOT no doubt.

1.The INC Intro - (not rated)
2.Last of the Mohicans - 3/5
3.Wonderful - 4/5
4.What's My Name - 5/5 ( "J A R U L E" thats all i have to say about this one. its a hot track)
5.New York - 5/5 (Jadakiss and FatJoe really made this song hot, the 3 diffrent styles is what makes it so good)
6.Stripping Game (Skit)(not rated)
7.The Manual - 5/5 (this song has a catchy course that just make a person want to dance. the lyrics are good too)
8.Get It Started (feat) Claudette Ortiz 4/5
9.R.U.L.E. - 5/5 ("Nobody does it like me..." that is exactly true)
10.True Story (Skit) (not rated)
11.Caught Up - 5/5 (Lloyd and Alexi really lay it down on this track, makein the course catchy, combined with Ja's rapping style I can really see this being the next single)
12.Gun Talk 3/5
13.Never Thought 5/5 (This song feat. Ashanti. the lyrics are off the chains too)
14.Life Goes on 4/5 (kind of reminds me of R. Kellys song "I Wish" (remix))
15.Weed (Skit) 1:55 (not rated)
16.Where I'm from 5:11 - 5/5 (Lloyd and Ja is great together. I love the way Ja raps slow to the beat)
17.Bout My Business 3:38 - 2/5 (Black Child and Cadillac Tah really makes this song sound tacky, really tacky.)
18.Passion 8:37 - 10/5 (this has to be the best song on the CD. this song is very personal. I just cant explain the feeling I have when I listen to this song. the lyrics are too deep)

so if you are reading this and you are thinking about buying this CD, you really should. This wont be a waste of your money because its worth every cent. TRUST ME
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Antwan Morales on November 9, 2004
Format: Audio CD
First and foremost, I'll admit just one year ago I hated Ja because of 50 Cent, that is until 50's rhymes get weaker and more pathetic from the G-Unit album to present day (especially his most recent diss tracks). With 50 losing his throne to Usher as the hottest artist of the year, this gave Ja a chance to improve his rhymes, which he did. I didn't think Ja could top Pain is Love, but I was hella wrong. R.U.L.E. is by far his best album, seriously. Just listening to the first 2 tracks made this record worth buying. My highlights for R.U.L.E. are; "Wonderful", "What's My Name", "New York", "The Manual", "Get It Started", "Life Goes On", and "Passion". Unless you still a hardcore fan of 50, get over your hater-self and cop this disc, you'll be taken back to the days of 2001-02 when you yourself was a Ja groupie.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on March 4, 2005
Format: Audio CD
Ja came back strong to bring us his 6th album. This is his best album since VVV. Its probably the most complete album he's made. It talks about what he's been through the past few years, has some club songs (though not very good), some gangsta tracks, etc..

2: Last of the Mohicans (9.5/10) - Great hard track. He sounds hungry again on this one. Basically telling us that he's here to stay.

3: Wonderful (9/10) - Wonderful song featuring Ashanti and R. Kelly.. i wish Ja rapped a little more on this one.

4: What's My Name (6/10) - This one sounds like its for the club but i'm not really feelin it.

5: New York (9/10) - 2nd Single.. Ja, fat joe and jadakiss reppin NY on this hot beat.

7: The Manual (8.5/10) - Thug luvin' at its finest.

8: Get It Started (4/10) - I think Ja should stop trying to make club songs. Worst song on the album... He shoulda replaced this for Too Long or Better Days, which didn't make it onto the album.

9: R.U.L.E. (7/10) - Decent beat and lyrics. Only 2 verses.

11: Caught Up (9/10) - His 3rd single featuring Lloyd.

12: Gun Talk (10/10) - Probably my favorite track on this album. Gotta love it when Ja spits fire. Black Child has a nice verse too. The chorus is stunning with him using 4 different guns.

13: Never Thought (9.5/10) - Perfect production... Great lyrics, great chorus. This could be his next single if he released it.

14: Life Goes On (10/10) - I just can't stop listening to it. Very catchy hook even though Ja is singing. Chink Santana made an awesome beat.

15: (Skit) - funny sh*t by Big Remo

16: Where I'm From (8/10) - Lloyd really shines on this one. Ja rappin about the hood.

17: Bout My business (8.
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