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Twiztid-Wutang
12-11-2009, 08:14 AM
And Im not talking about that shitty label, Im talking about the group that was supposed to have an album between three Mcs in their primes, and at the height of Rap itself

Jay-z
Ja rule
DMX

Can yall imagine how that would have went if they actually did a full length, At THAT time.

What are your thoughts.

P-Noid Brown
12-11-2009, 08:20 AM
ummm, that was the name of the song , not a group dog. dmx and ja never liked each other and same with jay and d.

jay and d only collaborated to make money ....

Twiztid-Wutang
12-11-2009, 08:33 AM
ummm, that was the name of the song , not a group dog. dmx and ja never liked each other and same with jay and d.

jay and d only collaborated to make money ....

Murder Inc.

The Murder Inc. group was the early version of The Inc. Records, a label headed by Irv Gotti. The collective consisted of Inc. Records' star MC Ja Rule, Ruff Ryders' DMX and Roc-A-Fella's Jay-Z. Irv Gotti provided production for many of their songs together, and Mic Geronimo was an associate.
[edit] Appearances

* "Blackout," Flesh of My Flesh, Blood of My Blood, DMX & Jay-Z et al.
* "Murdergram," Streets Is Watching soundtrack, Ja Rule, DMX & Jay-Z
* "Why We Die," Anarchy, DMX & Jay-Z + Busta Rhymes
* "Time to Build," The Natural, Mic Geronimo, DMX, Jay-Z & Ja Rule
* "Can I Get a Fuck You," Vol. 2: Hard Knock Life, Jay-Z & Ja Rule + Amil
* "Kill 'Em All," Venni Vetti Vecci, Ja Rule & Jay-Z
* "Holla Holla (Remix)," Venni Vetti Vecci, Ja Rule & Jay-Z et al.
* "Usual Suspects," Vendetta, Mic Geronimo, DMX, Ja Rule et al.
* "It's Murda" Venni Vetti Vecci, Ja Rule, Jay-Z, & DMX
* "Money Cash Hoes" Vol. 2: Hard Knock Life, Jay-Z, & DMX
* "Gangsta Shit" DJ Clue, Jay-Z, & Ja Rule
http://icedotcom.blogspot.com/2009/08/jay-z-dmx-ja-rule-1998-xxl-cover-pic-of.html

http://scratchpad.wikia.com/wiki/Murder_Inc._Records

http://showhype.com/story/ja_rule_the_rule_is_back_interview_pt_2_video/
Ja speaks on why the group didnt happen

Trust me, It was suppose to be a group. Jay mentioned it a couple time, It was in XXL and they've done many songs together

Its not just a song.

Look at this cover
http://icedotcom.blogspot.com/2009/08/jay-z-dmx-ja-rule-1998-xxl-cover-pic-of.html

GhettoGnom
12-11-2009, 08:43 AM
If that album would've been made it would've been monumental. All three rappers were dope as fuck at this time.

Frank Sobotka
12-11-2009, 08:53 AM
Murder Inc.

The Murder Inc. group was the early version of The Inc. Records, a label headed by Irv Gotti. The collective consisted of Inc. Records' star MC Ja Rule, Ruff Ryders' DMX and Roc-A-Fella's Jay-Z. Irv Gotti provided production for many of their songs together, and Mic Geronimo was an associate.
[edit] Appearances

* "Blackout," Flesh of My Flesh, Blood of My Blood, DMX & Jay-Z et al.
* "Murdergram," Streets Is Watching soundtrack, Ja Rule, DMX & Jay-Z
* "Why We Die," Anarchy, DMX & Jay-Z + Busta Rhymes
* "Time to Build," The Natural, Mic Geronimo, DMX, Jay-Z & Ja Rule
* "Can I Get a Fuck You," Vol. 2: Hard Knock Life, Jay-Z & Ja Rule + Amil
* "Kill 'Em All," Venni Vetti Vecci, Ja Rule & Jay-Z
* "Holla Holla (Remix)," Venni Vetti Vecci, Ja Rule & Jay-Z et al.
* "Usual Suspects," Vendetta, Mic Geronimo, DMX, Ja Rule et al.
* "It's Murda" Venni Vetti Vecci, Ja Rule, Jay-Z, & DMX
* "Money Cash Hoes" Vol. 2: Hard Knock Life, Jay-Z, & DMX
* "Gangsta Shit" DJ Clue, Jay-Z, & Ja Rule
http://icedotcom.blogspot.com/2009/08/jay-z-dmx-ja-rule-1998-xxl-cover-pic-of.html

http://scratchpad.wikia.com/wiki/Murder_Inc._Records

http://showhype.com/story/ja_rule_the_rule_is_back_interview_pt_2_video/
Ja speaks on why the group didnt happen

Trust me, It was suppose to be a group. Jay mentioned it a couple time, It was in XXL and they've done many songs together

Its not just a song.

Look at this cover
http://icedotcom.blogspot.com/2009/08/jay-z-dmx-ja-rule-1998-xxl-cover-pic-of.html
I read something about a 1995 track with all three on a lost boys album or something.

oldie
12-11-2009, 12:11 PM
If that album would've been made it would've been monumental. All three rappers were dope as fuck at this time.

lol Ja Rule has never been dope (IMO)

whitey
12-11-2009, 12:28 PM
^cut that out, you know you were feeling ru at the time. holla holla.

GhettoGnom
12-11-2009, 02:29 PM
^cut that out, you know you were feeling ru at the time. holla holla.

Word, Ja has made lots of quality music.

5H7dxtPXLSQ

"Slugs flyin at the speed of sound
Tryin to catch the ears of niggaz that's runnin their mouths"

J.T.S.
12-11-2009, 02:35 PM
yeah before he greased his chest and tried to become an rn' b singer!

Frank Sobotka
12-11-2009, 03:28 PM
lol Ja Rule has never been dope (IMO)

Listen Venni Vetti Vecci

oldie
12-11-2009, 04:31 PM
^cut that out, you know you were feeling ru at the time. holla holla.

Word, Ja has made lots of quality music.

5H7dxtPXLSQ

"Slugs flyin at the speed of sound
Tryin to catch the ears of niggaz that's runnin their mouths"

Listen Venni Vetti Vecci


lol Whitey - nah never been a fan of Ja
Ghetto Gnom - didnt like that track
Ikke - checked it, didnt like lol

zooruka
12-11-2009, 09:14 PM
I agree ja rule has never been dope.


peace be with you !

Thworldisyours
12-11-2009, 09:45 PM
Couple things here...

(1) Yeah, I think Jay was supposed to be in a billion different supergroups back in the 90s... The Commission with BIG, he tried to get into The Firm (rumor), and yes Murder Inc...

(2) All three guys were cool with each other in the 90s (as seen on Backstage : Hard Knock Life Tour video)... Of course, success changes people but they were at one time or another allies (X even said on some youtube video that he was cool with Jay as recent as the time Jay took over Def Jam. They reportedly had a fallin-out after that tho...)

(3) And yeah, I really NEVER saw the appeal of Ja Rule... I'm not saying he's NEVER made a good song but he's never impressed me... Shit, Holla Holla is probably his greatest hit record and even that in the grand scheme of things is a subpar 'classic'...

If I never heard Holla Holla again, I wouldn't lose any sleep...

main_man
12-11-2009, 10:30 PM
yeah, they did a song called "murdergram" that was dope as hell.they were a for real group.

this woulda been the only project associated with ja rule that i would have bought. i always disliked that little wack hamster looking studio gangsta. im glad 50 ended his bullshit wack ass.

CharlesJones
12-12-2009, 11:24 AM
Ja Rule's only good album is his first one. He got some hard songs on there. Holla Holla and Murder 4 Life songs with Memphis Bleek are the shit. Clap Back song on Blood In My Eye album is hard. I wanna hear that album because i heard he got some hard songs on there. Fuck the rest of his albums. I don't know why he didn't keep his music hardcore. When i saw this topic, i thought you were talking about the record label. I like Caddilac Tah and Black Child. Fuck the haters of those guys. Those guys can rap and it's fucked up Murder Inc never released any albums from them.

CharlesJones
12-12-2009, 11:25 AM
Ja Rule's I Got A Story To Tell song on Belly soundtrack is the shit. He should've made more hard songs like that. I love The Murderers We Don't Give A Fuck song.

9th Chamber
10-31-2011, 03:40 PM
Murder Inc.

The Murder Inc. group was the early version of The Inc. Records, a label headed by Irv Gotti. The collective consisted of Inc. Records' star MC Ja Rule, Ruff Ryders' DMX and Roc-A-Fella's Jay-Z. Irv Gotti provided production for many of their songs together, and Mic Geronimo was an associate.
[edit] Appearances

* "Blackout," Flesh of My Flesh, Blood of My Blood, DMX & Jay-Z et al.
* "Murdergram," Streets Is Watching soundtrack, Ja Rule, DMX & Jay-Z
* "Why We Die," Anarchy, DMX & Jay-Z + Busta Rhymes
* "Time to Build," The Natural, Mic Geronimo, DMX, Jay-Z & Ja Rule
* "Can I Get a Fuck You," Vol. 2: Hard Knock Life, Jay-Z & Ja Rule + Amil
* "Kill 'Em All," Venni Vetti Vecci, Ja Rule & Jay-Z
* "Holla Holla (Remix)," Venni Vetti Vecci, Ja Rule & Jay-Z et al.
* "Usual Suspects," Vendetta, Mic Geronimo, DMX, Ja Rule et al.
* "It's Murda" Venni Vetti Vecci, Ja Rule, Jay-Z, & DMX
* "Money Cash Hoes" Vol. 2: Hard Knock Life, Jay-Z, & DMX
* "Gangsta Shit" DJ Clue, Jay-Z, & Ja Rule
http://icedotcom.blogspot.com/2009/08/jay-z-dmx-ja-rule-1998-xxl-cover-pic-of.html

http://scratchpad.wikia.com/wiki/Murder_Inc._Records

http://showhype.com/story/ja_rule_the_rule_is_back_interview_pt_2_video/
Ja speaks on why the group didnt happen

Trust me, It was suppose to be a group. Jay mentioned it a couple time, It was in XXL and they've done many songs together

Its not just a song.

Look at this cover
http://icedotcom.blogspot.com/2009/08/jay-z-dmx-ja-rule-1998-xxl-cover-pic-of.html

Also add Back tha Azz up-jay-Z, Ja Rule, DMX and Niggas dont want it-DMX, Ja Rule and Grand Finale DMX, Ja Rule and al.
Makes a nice little playlist for the bus!

food for thought
10-31-2011, 03:46 PM
bunch of ashanti fans on here.

faggits.

netscape check two
10-31-2011, 07:29 PM
I went as a Ashanti(werewolf) for Halloween

http://i91.photobucket.com/albums/k309/thepopculturejunkie/nov06/112806/ashantibefore.jpg

JiggaGenious
10-31-2011, 08:06 PM
http://epicponyz.files.wordpress.com/2009/05/ashanti-4d6.jpg