News: Ja Rule Stays True To His Word, Drops "Still Murda" [Video]

Tuesday, Jul 21, 2009 11:30AM

Written by Cyrus Langhorne

Ja Rule has continued to show signs of his return to the music spotlight with the release of a new collaboration record called "Still Murda."

In addition to Rule, the record also features Murder Inc. rapper Newz.

"Murder mo' n*ggas than the Holocaust," Rule raps. "B*tch, we get our point across/They call me Jewel Rule/My n*gga bad Newz, the combination of the two equals a dead you...Sicker than a motherf*cker, cough on tracks/I need Robitussin before I get flu, ammonia or something/And I start really frontin' on these n*ggas/Ice cold as December, here's a clue, do remember/I'm the n*gga with the first six deuce long/40 cal/Loft/Maybach/Crib is off and gone, n*gga you can front if you want, it's still...murda." (True Stories Radio)

Rule recently announced his comeback and warned rappers of his return.

"Word to God, Rule York in the building," he said in a video. "That's the motherf*cking first blog on Rule York TV on the iPhizzle cam n*gga. I'm getting a lot of hardcore footage. All you b*tch a** n*ggas out there, I'm letting y'all know I'm coming and I'm f*cking, oh, I got a chip on my shoulders this year b*tch. I'ma let you know something for real for real, brand new n*gga. Nothing f*cking stale, faded, brand new n*gga. Get ready. I'm lettin' y'all n*ggas know man, you got about 60 to 90 days then I'ma put my d*ck in your mouth man. Watch yourselves homies, telling you." (Forbez DVD)

He previously updated fans on his relationship with Irv Gotti in an interview earlier this year.

"I'm working, I'm not in a rush," he revealed in an interview about his forthcoming project. "I'm in the studio working every day. I'm about to go in the studio and work right now and finish up on the album. The album's coming out incredible. It's very different. I wanted to make it special. I wanted the album to be out of this world, and it's definitely shaping up to that. I'm not in a rush. I got a new situation -- my Empire Music Group. Gotti's got Murder Inc. We're both still together -- there's no separation. We're both together doing what we do, but I got my own situation and I got new artists. We're putting it together." (MTV)

Rule also spoke on the state of hip-hop and New York rappers last winter.

"We fighting against other genres," Rule declared in an interview. "We fightin' against motherf*ckin' rock. We fightin' against pop. We fightin' against these other genres of music. We need to be together as a whole and not separating ourselves between West and East and South. I think New York is making a strong comeback right now. I think we doin' our thing, we got Maino, we got Red Cafe. I think New York is making a surgence. I got my acts outta New York, I'm coming with a crazy album right now. But you know as a whole, it's not about New York...it's about hip-hop. We all in this together. So when I think about it, that's really my feelings on the situation." (57th Ave)

Check out Ja Rule's latest music video below:

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