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Lucas Mariotti
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Ja Rule Ft Charli Baltimore Down Chick Zippy

Ja Rule Ft Charli Baltimore Down Chick Zippy

Ja Rule and Charli Baltimore are two American rappers who collaborated on several songs in the early 2000s. One of their most popular tracks was "Down Ass Bitch", a hip hop and R&B song that praised the loyalty and devotion of their partners. The song was released as the third and final single from Ja Rule's third studio album Pain Is Love in 2002.

The song was a commercial success, reaching the top 40 in Australia and the top 20 in the Australian Urban chart. It also received positive reviews from critics, who praised Ja Rule and Charli Baltimore's chemistry and delivery. The song was nominated for Best Rap/Sung Collaboration at the 2003 Grammy Awards, but lost to "Dilemma" by Nelly and Kelly Rowland.

Ja Rule Ft Charli Baltimore Down Chick Zippy

The music video for "Down Ass Bitch" was directed by Irv Gotti, who also produced the song. The video featured Ja Rule and Charli Baltimore as diamond thieves who were pursued by two FBI agents, played by Eric Roberts and Clarence Williams III. The video had a cliffhanger ending, which was continued in the video for "Down 4 U", the official remix of the song that featured The Inc. Records labelmates Ashanti and Vita. The remix was released as a single for Irv Gotti Presents: The Inc., a compilation album that showcased the artists signed to Gotti's record label.

"Down Ass Bitch" was also known as "Down Chick" or "Down 4 U Part 1" in some versions. The song was available for download on various websites, such as SoundCloud. However, some of these websites required users to register or pay a fee to access the song. One of these websites was Zippyshare, a file-sharing service that offered free and fast downloads of music, videos, and other files. Zippyshare had a limit of 500 MB per file, which meant that some songs had to be compressed or split into smaller parts to be uploaded. This resulted in lower quality or incomplete versions of some songs, such as "Down Ass Bitch".

One example of such a file was "Ja Rule Ft Charli Baltimore Down Chick Zippy", which was uploaded on Zippyshare in 2012. The file name suggested that it was a compressed version of "Down Ass Bitch" by Ja Rule and Charli Baltimore. However, the file size was only 3.5 MB, which indicated that it was either a very low-quality or a very short version of the song. Moreover, the file had no cover art or metadata, which made it difficult to identify or play on some devices. The file also had no comments or ratings from other users, which suggested that it was not very popular or reliable.

Therefore, "Ja Rule Ft Charli Baltimore Down Chick Zippy" was not a good source for listening to or downloading "Down Ass Bitch". It was likely a fake or corrupted file that did not contain the full or original version of the song. Users who wanted to enjoy "Down Ass Bitch" were better off looking for other sources, such as streaming services, online stores, or official websites.


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