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Last Temptation [Clean] [Edited]
Last Temptation [Clean] [Edited]
Artist: Delivio Reavon
Format: CD

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Label: Def Jam (USA)
Catalog: 063490
Genre: Rock & Pop
Rel. Date: 11/19/2002
UPC: 044006349022

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''The Last Temptation'' is the fourth studio album by Ja Rule.

This album contained singles such as "Thug Lovin'" (featuring Bobby Brown), "Mesmerize" (featuring Ashanti) and The Pledge [Remix] (by Ashanti featuring Ja Rule, Nas. The album was also noted to have a song called Pop Niggas which was talking about 50 Cent to an extent. Pharrell was featured in the song, but not credited. Guests include: Bobby Brown, Ashanti, Nas, Charli Baltimore, Caddillac Tah, Alexi, Eastwood, Crooked I, Young Life & Chink Santana.

The album was successful, moving 237,000 units in its first week, but less than his previous ''Pain Is Love''. "Mesmerize" is ranked at #45 on Blender's list of the "50 Worst Songs Ever", but was the most successful single from the album, reaching number 2 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 and number 12 in the UK Singles Chart. It was also criticized by fans, saying that the album sounded too commercial, and that Ja Rule was selling out, and on top of that, many of Ja Rule's enemies such as Daz Dillinger, Eminem, 50 Cent, Dr. Dre, G-Unit, Obie Trice, D12, Busta Rhymes, Common and DMX said that Ja Rule was trying to be just like a late 2Pac, which fueled the rivalry even more.

The album was released in a censored version as well which removes most profanity. However, sex-related lyrics like "gettin head" and violent lyrics like "murda" are left in. - Wikipedia