Ja Rule Changes The Title Of His Final Album

Ja Rule has changed the name of his forthcoming album and revealed it will be his last.

Over the weekend, the Long Island native took to Twitter to announce the new name of his eighth studio album two years after revealing the original title Genius Loves Company. Rule, who was born Jeffrey Atkins, tweeted that COUP DE GRÂCE would be his last album.

“My next album will be my best!!!” Ja Rule exclaimed at the top of his brief tirade. “And I changed the name of my LAST ALBUM!!! It’s no longer gonna be called Genius loves company… My best shall be my last… In the words of @iamdiddy don’t bother me I’m WORKING!!! Bare with me be patient this is ART I’m creating!!! COUP DE GRÂCE… My soul will be one with C.D.G… My BEST shall be my LAST!!!”

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COUP DE GRÂCE will serve as the follow-up to Pain Is Love 2, which dropped back in 2012 during his incarceration on charges of gun possession and tax evasion. Since then, Rule has moved on to other major ventures in television such as MTV’s “Follow The Rules” and his forthcoming TV show with Irv Gotti.

The official release date for Ja Rule’s final album has not been confirmed. Are you ready for the “New York” MC to retire from the game?