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.