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The Evolution of Ja Rule
In the wake of 50's constant attacks, Ja Rule returned to his hard-edged origins with 2004's anthemic "New York," featuring Fat Joe and Jadakiss, which helped him once again strike gold with his sixth album, R.U.L.E.
(Photo: courtesy Murder inc./Def Jam)
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