Joell Ortiz is and MC’s MC, and there’s really no other way to describe him. Following the lyrical sparring session that was Slaughterhouse’s House Rules mixtape, the Brooklyn native returns with more bars on Drake’s “O To 100.”
Proud New York rap veteran DJ Kay Slay organized a call to arms with “NYC Shine,” featuring Sheek Louch, Joell Ortiz, and Sauce Money. But that’s to be accepted, as the Hot 97 DJ has been organizing posse cuts featuring hometown MCs.
Brooklyn MC Joell Ortiz has just inked a deal with Penalty Entertainment (formerly Penalty Records) as he gets ready to release his third album, House Slippers.
There’s an argument that says New York City is currently irrelevant in Hip-Hop, but Tony Yayo begs to differ. Alongside Uncle Murda and Joell Ortiz, the G-Unit rapper speaks highly of his city on “New York.”
With a new Slaughterhouse album waiting in the wings, Joell Ortiz returns to bully the block on his solo tip via a new track titled “Bars” for the fans.
If you were a diehard Slaughterhouse fan cringing at the Joe Budden struggle during this season of Love And Hip-Hop, then you’re being offered a worthy consolation.
Blogger Byron Crawford has been on a writing tear of late, releasing his third book, NaS Lost: A Tribute To The Little Homey last week. In a recent interview, Crawford covered a variety of topics including the book, gay rappers, Kendrick Lamar‘s “Control (HOF)” verse, and much more.
Some of your favorite rapper’s feathers were ruffled, the Internets reacted, and this was all because of Kendrick Lamar’s verse on “Control (HOF).” It was actually the TDE rapper’s claim that he was the “King of New York” that left most up in arms awaiting a response from a lengthy list of peers he named.
Every year, people all over the world vow to dust off their gym memberships, and finally replace that keg with a six-pack. Where some have succeeded, many more have failed. There’s not one person on earth that wouldn’t kill for a year-round beach body, and that includes rappers.
The controversial original wasn’t enough to keep rappers at bay from Rocko’s “U.O.E.N.O.” beat. Joell Ortiz is the latest MC to drop a quick 16 over Childish Major’s ambient production.
CDQs of random tracks from Funkmaster Flex’s Who You Mad At? Me Or Yourself? mixtape have gotten liberated daily since it released. The latest happens to be a fan favorite by Slaughterhouse titled “House Gang.”
Listen to any recent material Joell Ortiz, and you’ll see that he’s coming for blood in 2013. One of his latest displays of hard body lyrics appears on a cut from Funkmaster Flex’s Who You Mad At? Me Or Yourself? mixtape, titled “Roll Deep.”
A more than worthy MC in Joell Ortiz takes Drake’s “5 Am In Toronto” to task in a freestyle debuted by Funkmaster Flex. As a proud King’s County native, it was only right that he titled his “5 AM In Brooklyn.”
The Brooklyn anthem is almost as integral a part of Hip-Hop as the posse cut. Our 25 Greatest Brooklyn Anthems of all time list placed a scope on some classic tracks, and here’s another one, courtesy of Joell Ortiz, titled “Brooklyn In The Building.” The east Williamsburg MC channels the prideful arrogance of King’s County on the track with a […]
The angel of death watches over the men of Slaughterhouse in this new video for “Goodbye.”
Joell Ortiz puts the pressure on other MCs with his latest freestyle using Dos Chainz’s trunk rattling B.O.A.T.S. intro, “Yuck.” This verse is just another notch on Joell Ortiz’s belt, and with good reasoning. The familiar know that the Brooklyn MC has actually been decimating tracks left and right even more than usual. See “Tick, Tock” if […]
Up and coming Philly MC Sosa has been building momentum since dropping his collaborative track with Joell Ortiz titled “Philly To the BX.” The 23 year old’s new found appeal granted him a recent appearance on DJ Kay Slay’s Streetsweeper Radio, where videographer Jay Wes captured the experience. During the interview, Sosa spoke on how CNN (Capone-N-Noreaga) were among […]