After announcing a joint album inspired by JAY-Z and Beyoncé’s Everything Is Love, Murder Inc. duo Ashanti and Ja Rule are back for an “Encore.” The song is a spin-off of Cheryl Lynn's 1983 hit "Encore" with Ashanti providing the melody and Ja offering rap flow about a night of dancing and maybe even a one-night stand. "Your good love [More]
Ashanti and Ja Rule made music magic together with hits in the early 2000s such as "Always On Time," "Mesmerize," "Happy," and more recently, "Helpless." They've been touring recently and as it turns out, new music from the duo may be on the way. On Saturday (June 23), Ja Rule actually brought it up via social media in regards to Beyonce [More]
Some fans of R&B and hip-hop stars might already put their favorite artists on the same pedestal as superheroes, but if you hadn’t already considered it, some of the icons of R&B and hip-hop have more in common with comic book and movie superheroes than you might think. The stories of many successful hip-hop artists involve a string of hard [More]
Long-time collaborators Ashanti and Ja Rule, who recently wrapped a sold-out co-headlining U.S. tour, delivered another memorable performance recently, this time at the famed Apollo Theater in New York City.
Hip-Hop and R&B duo Ashanti and Ja Rule recently came in contact with the boys in blue. Last night (Aug 9), the singer film the interaction briefly on Snapshat.
The duo that took the early 00s by storm is back together again! Ashanti and Ja Rule have announced that they will be hitting the road this August and September in a co-headlining tour.
Back in the late '90s to mid-2000s, Ja Rule was one of the biggest artists in rap music. In 1999, he released his debut single, "Holla Holla," and fans were starting to discover his gritty sound as a rap artist.
MTV will be home to âFollow the Rules,â a show that will follow Ja Rule (Jeffrey Atkins) and his family antics.
After spending two years in jail for gun possession and tax evasion, the rap hit maker is planning to release a cook book of all "microwaveable" recipes -- inspired from the only way he was able to prepare meals in prison.
Ja Rule follows up his highly talked about record "Fresh Out Da Pen" with the brand new offering "Eerrthang." On the street/club banger, Ja raps about still having the luxuries from success.