Joell Ortiz

If Rihanna’s ANTI album is the topic of the conversation, the bonus track “Sex With Me (Remix)” is the clearcut hood favorite. Today, the Internets receive a remix courtesy of Fabolous and Trey Songz.

As rap fans, it’s difficult to wrap our minds around the untimely death of any artist. Especially a MC as beloved as the late Sean Price, a revered lyricist during his Boot Camp Clik days, co-pilot of the Heltah Skeltah tandem, and a wordsmith later championed during a solo run in the 2000s (which produced classics like Monkey Barz). […]

This edition of Wired Tracks is jam packed with quality music releases from a superstar artist, a few rising talents, and more.

Did you know Joell Ortiz has a new solo album out right now? No excuses, That’s Hip Hop is here and you can stream it before you cop.

All eyes are on Lil Uzi Vert, a Philadelphia born, Atlanta-bred rapper and a pupil of DJ Drama and DJ Don Cannon. Today, the energetic spitter return with a few viable co-signs in tow on a song titled “Countin,” featuring 2 Chainz and Wiz Khalifa.

“I Love Kanye,” the only song that Kanye West spit acapella on his The Life of Pablo album, is as spot-on in the self-aggrandizing rap department as any song on the project. The only thing missing was a beat, and thanks to the legendary DJ Premier, that changes today.

OG Maco commented on how Future’s druggy lyrics influence young fans, sparking tons of Twitter chatter in the process. But any longtime fan of the rising ATLien knows he doesn’t hold his tongue, which can be heard on “Holeman & Finch.”

When it comes to East coast Hip-Hop, Joell Ortiz and !llmind are easily among the top of their respective fields. (Which is emceeing and making fire beats, you dimwit.) It was only a matter of time before their talents merged for a full-length project and they are bringing in new life into the world with […]

Joell Ortiz drops his Yaowa Nation mixtape, just in time for the holidays. On it, Slaughterhouse’s own tackles six radio hits from 2014.

Prepare yourself for great bar overload. Eminem returns with his Shady Records artist Slaughterhouse (Royce Da 5’9”, Joe Budded, Joell Ortiz, and Crooked I) and Yelawolf roster in the highly anticipated SHADY CVXPHER.

Joell Ortiz has got the answers in the official video for “Q&A,” which follows one quarter of Slaughterhouse from the subway to the interrogation room.

For Joell Ortiz, getting sober, eating clean and losing weight meant a new sense of self, a refurbished set of eyes with which to view the world and, ultimately, a rediscovered freedom that helped peel back the layers as he moved his pen across the pad.