Ja Rule continues to switch the style of his flow while others persist to hate as he constantly flashes that Style On ‘Em. As the second single from his forthcoming album The Mirror, Style On ‘Em could be the joint that leads Ja back to the path of being an actual contender in the mainstream Rap world. This is mainly due to the fact that he’s not rapping about shooting a bunch of niggas or using that ultra hardcore thug image that most of us stopped believing in. What Ja Rule’s got here is a song with a somewhat catchy hook infused with a familiar sound that’ll remind people of the standards that Ja’s singles used to be held to. Speaking of other singles, Style On ‘Em really sounds like that old Ja Rule staple Down Ass Bitch minus the Charlie Baltimore.
Written by Lochy N. on 03/20/07
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