Rick Ross has dropped the hyped anti-50 Cent diss record, “Mafia Music” remix, featuring G-Unit rivals Ja Rule, Fat Joe and The Game.
While The Game leads the record with a verse that makes no direct reference to 50 Cent, Ja doesn’t mince words when taking on his foe.
“Guess who’s bizzack,” Rule raps. “I spit murder, the music is mafia…One cold afternoon you get shot at your home/Now ‘I Smell P*ssy’/P*ssy got lips, but it don’t talk to me/That’s why you my b*tch/And you on my d*ck/Aha ’cause I f*cked you up once, I f*cked you up twice and you still talking sh*t/What must I do, to get through to you/ Curly, get off my d*ck…Read in-between the lines when you hear me talk/Get on get outta line, this is Rule York.”
“I don’t give a f*ck, I will burn your jehri curls/ [Tony] Yayo is his bottom b*tch, [Lloyd] Banks is a girly girl/Don’t worry about Whoo Kid…Big up to Maybach Music / Got them choppers man, don’t make us use it/ Hits out the park they call me big papi/ Even if you shot me you still couldn’t stop me/ Still went to Africa, still wore the big chain/ Where you got robbed at n*gga on the same stage / I say sh*t that you can’t say/ ’cause I am not a snitch, I’m not b*tch made”
Ja Rule revealed plans earlier this year to drop a new album in the near future.
“New album coming real soon, I ain’t gonna give nobody no dates,” Ja said in an interview. “None of that ‘We pushin’ it back, we pushin’ it back’ so I ain’t giving y’all no motherf*cking date. It’s coming real soon. We finishing it up. It’s f*cking crazy. Y’all n*ggas get ready. We gonna have a good time this year…[I got a] new jewelry line coming real soon. Y’all can go to Itshot.com to check out all the new pieces from the Rule.” (Sub Zero DVD)
Rule’s upcoming project will reportedly be his unreleased The Mirror album originally slated to drop in 2007.
From 2005-2007, as Irv Gotti‘s Murder Inc. operation fell into shambles, Ja Rule was quiet; he charted no songs on the Billboard Hot 100 during this time period. Toward the end of 2007, he attempted a comeback, first with “Uh-Ohhh!”, featuring Lil Wayne, who was perhaps the hottest rapper of the moment, the song nonetheless stalled at number 106 on the Billboard 200. A couple other singles (“Body,” “Sunset”) also failed to garner significant airplay, and the planned November 2007 release of The Mirror was pushed back. (All Music)
The rapper was also engaged in a publicized rap battle with 50 in 2002.
“I didn’t start this,” Rule said in a previous interview. “I’m an artist who really went out there to make my records while asking myself, ‘What can I do to elevate myself and do music?’ People started making more records that had more feeling. All the artists came into it making records with feeling about different aspects of life beside the criminal aspect. And this is where the whole hatred really started for him and trickled down. I guess when he got his record deal, he felt the need to call my name and disrespect what I am doing, which is crazy.” (MTV News)
Listen to the “Mafia Music” remix below: