Ja Rule set to release First Singles from New Album

9 Feb

In what has been now a six-year hiatus, Ja Rule still has plans of making a comeback. He was supposed to have released The Mirror in 2007 and re-take the game. But, for unknown reasons, the album was never released. The following year, he had another album planned, but it suffered from the same fate as The Mirror. Last summer, he announced plans to take his fans back with a triple disc album.

Over time, Ja Rule has decided against a triple disc album. He promised that he would return with a new album in 2010, but an upcoming court case will prevent him from releasing a triple disc album. Instead, Ja Rule plans to release two albums before the end of this year. Unlike with past albums, Rule will release this album off of his own label, Mpire. The label has an exclusive distribution deal with Murder Inc., so it is as if he never left.

There has been a lot of talk of new music from Ja Rule for some time. He had recorded two albums worth of material, only for it to be leaked to the internet. This time, Ja will be making sure that the people working with him do not leak his music. For the first time in his career, Ja Rule wants to be in control of his own destiny. That means that he would like to release his music on his own terms.

With summer right around the corner, Ja Rule wants to release his first two singles to help heat things up. He plans to release his next album, Venni Vetti Vecci 2010, on June 1, 2010 on his own Mpire label and Murder Inc., which is said to have a deal in place with Atlantic Records.

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