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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] (featuring Nas, and Ashanti). 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 2Pac, Ashanti, Nas, Cadillac Tah. The album was far less successful than his previous "Pain is Love." It debuted at number 4 on the Billboard 200. The album contains several hidden skits on a couple of songs. The skit at the end of Connected was a harsh diss on Eminem and is also the intro to the upcoming track Emerica.

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.

Track listing

  1. "Intro" – 0:20
  2. "Thug Lovin'" (featuring Bobby Brown) – 4:50
  3. "Mesmerize" (featuring Ashanti) – 4:38
  4. "Pop Niggas" (50 Cent Diss Song) – 4:29 (featuring Pharrell)
  5. "The Pledge [Remix]" – 3:54 (featuring Ashanti,Nas and 2Pac)
  6. "Murder Reigns" – 4:02
  7. "The Last Temptation" – 4:58 (featuring Charli Baltimore)
  8. "Murder Me" – 5:15 (featuring Caddillac Tah & Alexi)
  9. "The Warning" – 5:05
  10. "Connected" – 4:54 (featuring Eastwood & Crooked I)
  11. "Emerica" (Eminem, D12, Dr. Dre & Shady Records Diss Song) – 5:16 (featuring Young Life & Chink Santana)
  12. "Rock Star" – 4:58
  13. "Destiny" (Outro) – 2:07

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