Joell regurgitates some bars from his ShadyXV freestyle on “Appreciate Ya.”
From Emilio’s forthcoming Life Got In The Way LP.
Another from 2014′s House Slippers, available now.
More an EP than a true mixtape, Joell Ortiz shows what he can do to mainstream production by covering six of the year’s biggest crossover hits on Yaowa Nation.
Joell Ortiz has teamed with Audiomack to bring us YAOWA Nation, a new mixtape of him remixing other peoples’ tracks with his own rhymes. Here are the first two selections, covering Sam Smith’s “Stay With Me” and Iggy Azalea’s “Beg For It.”
From Joell’s House Slippers LP, available now.
Azad Right grabs Joell Ortiz and SPNCR for this remix of his track “Son Of Sam.”
Probably the best track on Joell’s House Slippers LP, which is available now.
The state of New York rap has been in flux. The birthplace of hip-hop once proudly laid claim to “hardcore hip-hop,” shunning commercial rap on many classic tracks. Competition in the game however led to that sound disappearing, with artists like Jay Z, The Notorious B.I.G., and Big Pun finding a way to toe the [cont.]
New music from DJ Self with help from Joell Ortiz and Maino.
Joell sits in with The Breakfast Club to speak on his new album, House Slippers, available now.
From Bottom Feeder Music’s Gorilla State EP. Produced by Jeremy Greene.
1/4 of Slaughterhouse serves up a full-length stream of his album, House Slippers, due September 16th.
Another one from Ortiz’s House Slippers, hitting September 16th.
One more from Joell’s House Slippers LP, hitting September 16th.
Slaughterhouse forms like Voltron for this cut from Joey’s House Slippers LP, available September 16th.
Groton CT, native & Local-Mu12 member, The 17th, drops a new banger called “Don’t Care” Ft. Joell Ortiz & HollaATCHa Gwalla, produced by Louie Rock. The song is from his upcoming Inside Jokes With Complete Strangers LP dropping 9/9/14. The album features Skyzoo, Havoc, Rock of Heltah Skeltah, Livin Proof, Cortez & More.
From Straight Shooters: “If it feels like Straight Shooters took the summer off from podcasting it’s because we did but only in the hopes of bringing you a better show. Our first guest back is the illustrious rhyme slayer Joell Ortiz, 1/4 of the rap supergroup SlaughterHouse. The best way to describe Joell Ortiz is [cont.]
Joell Ortiz has given us the first look at the cover to his new album, House Slippers, along with its tracklist. 1. House Slippers 2. Cold World (feat. Lee Carr) 3. Dream On 4. Music Saved My Life (feat. B.O.B & Mally Stakz) 5. Brothers Keeper (feat. Royce da 5’9″, Joe Budden, Crooked I) 6. [cont.]
Joell Ortiz shares memories of his very first time entering a project cypher, the inspiration he found during the golden age of hip-hop and breaks down the levels of MCing. In the second clip, Joell Ortiz steps up to showcase his keen ability to freestyle for TheBoombox’s 16 Bars series.
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