Throwback Thursday: Ja Rule – Caught Up (ft. Lloyd)

Published On 23 May, 2013 | By Lydia | features, Music, music, Videos
E2E music feature writer Lydia take us on a RnB journey 8 years back for this week’s Throwback Thursday.

Ja Rule - Caught Up (ft. Lloyd) Throwback Thursday

It’s that time again guys – Throwback Thursday! We’re rolling back to 2005, and boy have I got a good’un for you.

Despite the cold winds, grey skies and rainy days – I’m still very much in a joyful, summery mood and all of that is reflected in my “recently played” playlist on my iPod. All the summer anthems are being banged out now, and the volume levels on my speakers are definitely being violated! It just so happens that the track I have chosen for Throwback Thursday has had a ridiculous amount of plays on my iTunes/iPod this week.

Just like last week’s TBT choice, Ja Rule’s ‘Caught Up’ is pretty much summer on a track. If you’re having a rubbish day – just play this tune. I promise you, your mood will pick up almost immediately. From the beat, to Lloyd’s smooth vocals and not forgetting Rule’s deep and raspy flow (which I used to find so sexy, don’t judge me!) – this is definitely something like a summer anthem. That’s one thing that cannot be denied!

I haven’t really heard much from Rule lately, but all I’m saying is that him and Lloyd need to come together and bless us with another classic like the one below, because I am ready, and waiting!

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I am a 21 year old writer and university student. I specialise in wrting non-fiction as well as poetry. I live and breathe music - Hip Hop and R&B/Soul to be exact. I'm also a lover of Literature and Black Studies. I love travelling as well, and my dream is to live in New York as it is my favourite place (right after my hometown, London). I also volunteer in my spare time, working with and mentoring sixth form students as they put their hands to making a change in their local communities. There's nothing better than seeing the youth from my area making changes for the next generation to enjoy - and it is an honour to help make that happen.

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