Ja Rule was among the artists who traveled to Germany’s Ramstein Air Force Base over the weekend to perform for U.S. troops. The show, which also included Jennifer Lopez and Kid Rock, lasted nearly three hours and left soldiers dancing on top of tanks and airplanes. The performances will be trimmed down and packaged into a 90-minute holiday special called “For the Troops: An MTV/USO Special” that will air New Year’s Day on MTV.
In other news, Ja Rule plans to reunite with 0-1 and Chris Black for a Cash Money Click album. Cash Money Click dropped “4 My Click” and “Get the Fortune” in 1996, and a preview of the reunion can be found on “Smokin’ and Ridin'” off Ja Rule’s recently released Pain Is Love. Due to the popularity of New Orleans’ Cash Money Millionaires, the crew will be marketed by TVT Records as CMC.
Also, Ja and Ludacris were announced as presenters for next year’s American Music Awards, which will air Jan. 9 on ABC.