Rapper Ja Rule – who co-founded the disastrous Fyre Festival – has introduced he is re-releasing all his music as “visual albums”.
The US hip-hop star, who has introduced out seven solo albums during the last 20 years, revealed on social media his bold plan to document new movies for “every song” he has ever made.
It is the newest enterprise for the musician who was fiercely criticised his function in Fyre Festival, which needed to be cancelled in April 2017 when lots of of ticket-holders arrived within the Bahamas to seek out terrible situations on the occasion.
In a Twitter submit, Ja Rule wrote: “I will be re-releasing ALL of my albums as visual albums… I will be making a video for every song I’ve ever made… what songs do y’all wanna see videos for???”
The 43-year-old rapper – whose hits embrace Livin’ It Up and Always On Time – later clarified he can be taking pictures “over 40” movies, however they might not embrace tracks that have already got movies.
One Twitter person requested Ja Rule why he was asking followers to decide on which songs they wished to see new movies made for, when he was supposedly recording “visual albums” for all his earlier information.
He replied: “I wanna see which records are favoured.”
It comes a number of months after a Netflix documentary detailed what occurred behind the scenes of the notorious Fyre Festival, which Ja Rule and his enterprise companions had been compelled to abort after it was dubbed “a post-apocalyptic nightmare”.
A promotional movie for the pageant – which was marketed as a luxurious get together on a abandoned island – featured bikini-clad supermodels together with Bella Hadid, Kendal Jenner and Emily Ratajkowski, with tickets reportedly costing as much as $100,000 (£75,000).
But when company turned up, they discovered they had been to sleep on rain-soaked mattresses in hurricane catastrophe tents on what had been a constructing website on a unique island than initially marketed.
A lawsuit filed towards the organisers stated company had been promised a “posh, island-based music festival featuring first class culinary experiences” however had been as an alternative lured into “what various media outlets have since labelled a complete disaster, mass chaos and a post-apocalyptic nightmare”.
The occasion’s co-founder Billy McFarland was jailed for six years for fraud for his function, however Ja Rule was by no means arrested or charged.
The rapper denied he was concerned in defrauding party-goers and locals on the island and claimed he misplaced cash by means of his involvement in organising and selling the pageant.
Ja Rule is because of launch an album known as Twelve, which can characteristic new music, in December.