Ja Rule readies Triple Disc, “Venni Vetti Vecci 2010”

28 Oct

Ja RuleOnly two years removed from 2007’s The Mirror, Ja Rule is ready to come with eighth studio album, Venni Vetti Vecci 2010. It has been almost three years since any new music has been released from Ja.

Once again, Ja Rule finds himself on the comeback trail. However, this time around, Ja wants to make history. Such rappers as Chamillionaire and Cam’ron have released triple disc mixtapes, but never before has there been a rapper to release a triple disc studio album.

Since it has been three years Ja Rule’s last album, he plans to drop a triple disc set. Venni Vetti Vecci is the same title of Ja’s debut album that was released in 1999. The title means, “he came, he saw, he conquered.” At the time, Rule had not accomplished much, but now he has.

Each of the album’s three discs will focus on each point. The first disc will be the “He Came” disc that details his rise into the game. The second disc will be the “He Saw” disc that details his time finally reaching stardom. The final disc will be “He Conquered,” that disc will detail his career after he became rap’s biggest star.

The first single from the album is “Father Forgive Me,” a recycled treat from The Mirror. A video has been shot and it will be released to media outlets in the near future. However, the album has yet to have an official release date, Ja Rule is said to have been working daily on the album.

Venni Vetti Vecci 2010 will be released sometime in the first quarter of 2010 on Murder Inc./Atlantic with promotion from Ja Rule’s own Mpire Music Group.

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