Exodus (Ja Rule album)

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Exodus (Greatest Hits)
Greatest hits album by Ja Rule
Released December 13, 2005
Recorded 1999-2005
Genre Hip hop
Length 71:30
Label Murder Inc./The Inc./Def Jam
Producer Irv Gotti, Chink Santana
Ja Rule chronology
R.U.L.E.
(2004)
Exodus
(2005)
The Mirror
(2009)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3.5/5 stars[1]
RapReviews (5/10)[2]

Exodus is a 2005 greatest hits compilation album by rapper Ja Rule. He had released an album every year since 1999, but in 2005, with no new album planned The Inc. released this greatest hits album featuring songs such as "Mesmerize" and "Wonderful".

Irv Gotti was forced to release one more album from Ja and Ashanti to honor the contract with his parent company. Universal Records did not want to support a full album by either artist so two greatest hits sets were released. The version of It's Murda on this album is shortened and not the original.

The album was also made in an edited version, which has some lacks of censorship in songs due to different times the songs were edited at.

The album debuted on the Billboard 200 at number 107 and peaked at number 50 on the UK albums chart.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Exodus (Intro)" (featuring Irv Gotti)
  2. "Me"
  3. "Holla, Holla"
  4. "It's Murda" (featuring DMX & Jay-Z)
  5. "Put It on Me" (featuring Lil' Mo & Vita)
  6. "I Cry" (featuring Lil' Mo)
  7. "Livin' It Up" (featuring Case)
  8. "Always on Time" (featuring Ashanti)
  9. "Ain't It Funny (Murder Remix)" (featuring Jennifer Lopez & Caddillac Tah)
  10. "Thug Lovin'" (featuring Bobby Brown)
  11. "Mesmerize" (featuring Ashanti)
  12. "Clap Back"
  13. "New York" (featuring Fat Joe & Jadakiss)
  14. "Wonderful" (featuring R. Kelly & Ashanti)
  15. "Never Again"
  16. "Daddy's Little Baby" (featuring Ronald Isley)
  17. "Love Me Hate Me"
  18. "Exodus (Outro)"

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