Ja Rule Details Why His Super Group With DMX & Jay Z Fell Apart (Video)

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Ja Rule performed during the Def Jam 30th Anniversary celebration at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn last week. After, he took time to speak with MTV about what the moment meant to him. He also spoke with candor about what prevented Murder Inc. the group (Ja, Jay Z & DMX) from recording an entire album together, citing egos and complicated histories and saying there may just be 1 or 2 unheard recordings from them tucked away. Check out the video.

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