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“I never could have predicted that I’d still be rocking the mic more than two decades after my debut, but here I am,” LL Cool J says with a smile.

Here he is indeed. Nearly 25 years since he first burst onto the scene, LL Cool J continues his vibrant, trailblazing career with the release of EXIT 13, his appropriately titled 13th album for the only label he has called home - Def Jam Recordings.

EXIT 13 is a study in contrast and showcases LL Cool J’s duality. “Depending on my mood, I can be aggressive, explosive and in-your-face, or alternately suave, smooth and sensual. It’s no secret that I like making love songs as much as I like to lay down rhymes,” commented LL. With a career chock full of both and a new album packed with collaborators as diverse as 50 Cent, Wyclef Jean, Richie Sambora and The Dream, and producers such as Suits, DJ Scratch, Ilfonics and Raw Uncut, EXIT 13 is the album LL Cool J fans have been clamoring for – full of passion, braggadocio and smooth rhymes. “When it came time for me to go into the studio, I tried to make this project as relevant as my first, and having that sense of my career coming full circle. Believe me, it was a blessing to be able to go back into the studio and create this album.”

Joining forces with 50 Cent on a track called “Heartbeat,” the two Queens natives rap over a stripped down track, while sounding like they are having a good time. “It’s a song about role playing,” says LL of “Heartbeat.” On the tracks “Rocking With The Goat,” LL taps into his native New Yorker persona, and teams with labelmates The Dream on EXIT 13’s first single “Baby.” The track, which recently debuted on the Billboard charts, marks LL’s 42nd career chart debut.

What began for LL Cool J in the nascent, burgeoning rap and hip hop scene of the 80’s, has now seeped throughout the musical and cultural phenomenon that is today’s hip hop. All the while, LL Cool J has remained a musical and cultural force, a living icon and a significant, relevant artist still churning out the hits. First introduced to the world in 1984 as a Def Jam Records flagship artist, LL is the first rap artist to amass ten consecutive platinum-plus selling albums, while 2004’s “THE DEFinition” and 2006’s “Todd Smith” both went Gold. He is currently tied for third place for most Billboard chart debuts by a rapper.

As an entertainer, he has succeeded in crossing into multiple mediums. Already a talented actor, author, recording artist, two-time Grammy Award winner and NAACP Image Award winner, LL continues to display his wide range of talents in his projects.


Thank you for opening boomdizzle for the world Todd
by ginakaurpandhare4 on 09/06/2014 at 05:47 pm

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by Acapeladiatum on 08/02/2014 at 04:20 am

Thank you being my friend Ladies Love Cool James :-) :-)
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by J@zzy J989 on 07/23/2014 at 01:55 pm

Thanks for accepting my friends request i know your a busy man i am a huge fan of yours.I'm a upcoming R&B singer trying to get noticed but it isn't easy i see it takes hard work and dedication i work hard and i also a single mother with 5yr.old and 8yr.old so i got my hands full i am working on a album and i would like your feedback on it please it will be a LP with 4 songs that i wrote on it i will have that ready like next weekend so thanks for your support love ya!
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Goat Im still waiting for my chance to be signed by you. Stop by my page and check out my newest single entitled I Aint A Hater I just Dont Like It.
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by Jay-Rock on 05/19/2014 at 01:45 pm

Hello .I am fan of you LL Cool J since i was young girl now i am grown women.I listen still listen to your songs like" Hush " "Paradise " Love U Better".I am from Queens,Newyork my self...It would be nice to meet you or even hear from you on my birthday May 13.Love watching you on show "NCIS.LosAngles".Keep up the good work...Much more success to you in the music industry and show in a years ahead of you. Have a bless day.


by firennycgirl on 05/05/2014 at 07:50 am

Please forgive me ll cool j, im going through a divorce. Im sorry not all men are like you who put their family first.
I know the wife becomes, the flesh and blood but not in my husband case he put his girlfriend before me and and men are supposed to trasure their wife and keep the trash to the door, but heck with his dumb ass, Every men do not cheat as sometimes some men love their wife so much that if the wife cheats the man kills himself or either go crazy, like two uncles of mine, one uncle hanged himself cos his wife cheated on him. He was a good man a he loved his wife and kept her like a queen he never beat her or cheated on her ever or disrespected her in any way ever in the ten years I knew him, I was ten when he past away leaving four babies behind. God rest his soul amen. The other uncle went insane cos his wife left him with two kids cos the wife wented his mother property this was thirty five years ago god rest his soul too.
These where good men that would and had died for their women who dis respected them they were not the avarage palyers even player go stright they respected and loved their mother. No man should ever kill themselves to prove love or a rejection by a wife or husband should ever kill them selves for anybody ever god hates quiters.
In my case my husband rejected me for another woman, a woman can take a beat and a cheat but no other woman ever replacing her. Like my husband could not ever live without me ever he might had cheated alot as I let the dog roam to find his own way home. But in the end the trick ass man replaced me I cant blame him it is my fault as I let him roam and left him to the world he would beat me if I questioned him so I learned no question, As I wanted him to change to the good man in the start but I learned that was a cover a trick up his selve, Instead he changed, Man life is what you make it but it takes two to tango I pushed him to other women and I did'nt even know that at the time cos pain was all I knew through my parents, mum, dad never spent time with me ever or even spoke to me ever and all I ever was told your dad is bad he beats your mum. I was made confused from a very young age to be anti man.
my grandmaa brought me up with all my cousins who lived in my grand mother house with their parents. I was the only one who was left out cos I was different no mum and dad just me and my cousins nine thirteen of us.My aunty used to make me clean up the house like the dishs, sweep the floor and broom the house and dam dust the whole house with a cloth and a bowl of water, I used to wear my cousins sisters that they no longer wanted clothes and I was about seven years old, cousins used to laugh at me that I wear their clothes and the aunties never allowed me to go on trips with them these aunties where my mum sister in laws im from a very big family my grandmaa had ten children,
Im from twenty cousins and none of them ever cared for me cos my mum was poor only and my dad had a drink and smoking prolem and he died from a heart attack. I'm put off booze for life cos after i servied death in a car accident I had a mild concussion lost my memory for three weeks and I got my memory back I learned who my true friends and family are, my child is my purpose and my strengh. God is my saviour one of my aunties would not let me eat in the kitchen with her kids she would tell me go and play in the garden let my kids eat then you can eat youyr food like a dog i would go play in the garden on my own my mum family made me feel different cos my mum and dad was poor and they all where rich through my mum one brother robbed my mum for her house and the second sister husband did not let my mum buy her house and took my mum car.
I was told im a nobody all of my life and my aunties and uncles would mislead education and work was no good that your parents should give to you everything you need I felt bad and I had no parents support or money or love I was lost in my own world trying to fight my demons. I was treated like a slave and cinderlla and a nobody I thought that was a way of life I was treated like dirt because my auntie was jaelous of my mum good looks my mum was the best looking out three sisters. Then I grew up and got married to my grandma neighbours son and to my suprise wait for it,,,,,, he was a drink and drug problem man I fell so deeply in love with him thinking he wanted me,But instead he made me feel like a nobody he even used to say your a nobody he would beat me and treat me like dirt affair after affair until one day he sayd i have my own life, That was it i kicked the dog man to the kerb know im the queen of my house for child future. Men and women are replaceable my child is not replaceable ever i have broken the heavy chain. Man what a life im a strong saviour I love my self and I love my child who is eleven years old in august amen

by ginakaurpandhare4 on 04/30/2014 at 03:35 pm

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