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Ja Rule and Ashanti are back together again and will be performing at the Fox Theater in Pomona, California on Thursday, Feb. His brand new disc, tentatively titled Genius Loves Company due out some time this year.
His most recent release is the 2015 non-album single "Old Thing Back".
That same year he would be arrested on gun and drug possession charges, which in 2010 would turn into a two-year sentence in jail.
A year later, 28 months were added for tax evasion, but it didn't stop his 2012 album Pain Is Love, Vol.
So if I feel people are just coming around so they could use me, I don’t really move like that.
Their 2001 duet song Always on Time became a worldwide hit.
On his second album, Rule (2000), he began collaborating with female R&B singers, and a string of radio-friendly hits resulted ("Between Me and You," "Put It on Me," "I Cry").
Then when we was making a lot of paper, he would wake up with Cristal.
I didn’t receive that love, not just from Ashanti, but from a lot of people.” “She didn’t want to be a part of Murder Inc. She thought she was this princess that I created and she has this image and the Murder wasn’t good for the image no more, but you can’t tell me that.” “Yes, I could probably help her [career] right now, but does she wanna be helped?
Pain Is Love (2001) followed the same template, serving up a few rap-R&B hybrids for the singles ("I'm Real," "Livin' It Up," "Always on Time," "Down Ass Chick") and filling out the album with hardcore rap. Though the latter spawned a Top Five hit single, "Wonderful," a rap-R&B hybrid featuring R.
The Last Temptation Throughout the summer of 2002, Ja Rule was at his most popular, featured on not only his own hits but also as a featured guest on Fat Joe's "What's Luv? Blige's "Rainy Dayz." Near the end of the year, he released his fourth album, The Last Temptation (2002), which again paired him with R&B vocalists for its singles, this time with Bobby Brown ("Thug Lovin'") and Ashanti ("Mesmerize"). Kelly and Ashanti, both albums were met with general indifference, becoming the first of Ja Rule's albums to fall short of platinum certification.