5 out of 7 users found this helpful Speaking as an Ex-Rap fan
Ja Rule definitely took it up a level with the song "Livin' It Up", but let's talk about the album itself, "Pain Is Love". As usual, doesn't fail to produce club rocking beats, cool cameos, and his thug activites (yeah, nothin' but some gangsta's smokin' and ridin'! according to Ja). But, as most rap albums tend to do, this album is filled with cursing (though if you have the clean version it's nothing but a bunch of bleeps) and can be disturbing in terms of content. If you liked Ja's past albums you will love this one, and if you are a crackhead, hard-core thug, or half-minded rapper than you'll idolize it. I personally enjoy a few songs myself, but I wouldn't hand him a Grammy just yet. In my days as a rap lover, I did listen to it quite frequently.
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