Ja Rule - EERRTHANG

Posted 2 years ago
Producer:
Irv Gotti, Reefa and Myles William

This past May, Ja Rule returned from nearly two years behind bars for gun/drug possession and tax evasion. How’s the Queens vet feeling, now that he’s a free man again? Pretty f**king good, as you can imagine. As he puts it on EERTHANG, the first of two promo singles released since his return, “Just got home and I breathe different, I shine different, my mind different.” Over the trap-tinged street boardwork of Irv Gotti, Reefa and Myles William, a fresh and rejuvenated Jeffrey Atkins fills listeners in on the whirlwind of drugs, beautiful women and first-class travel that’s occupied his time during the last four months. This larger-than-life cut isn’t attached to a forthcoming project, but we’ll keep you posted on Ja Rule’s plans as further details emerge.

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