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Ja Rule is working on his first album in over a decade

A photo of Ja Rule.
Ja Rule. (Shutterstock/Lev Radin)

Ja Rule is finally working on a new studio album.

On Tuesday, the "Clap Back" rapper, whose last album "Pain is Love 2" came out in 2012, took to X, the platform previously known as Twitter, to share the news.

"In full Album mode... #CWWTST,” he wrote, appearing to tease the album's title.

"#CWWTST," is short for "Can we watch the sunrise together?"

Ja has been using the phrase as part of his promotion for his upcoming The Sunrise Tour, which celebrates his 25 years in the rap game since the release of his debut album "Venni Vetti Vecci" in 1999.

Ja's The Sunrise Tour will first see him visit 10 cities in the United Kingdom and Ireland between March 1 and March 17.

The 47-year-old kicks things off in Cardiff before visiting, London, Birmingham, Nottingham, Leeds, Liverpool, Newcastle, Dublin, Belfast, and finally Glasgow.

Further European dates are set to be announced.

Mya, Keri Hilson, and Lloyd will be joining Ja on the tour as his support acts.



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