Joell Ortiz plays the role of “Chaco” and slams his face in a pile of that powder white and launches into a bugged out dream where he’s helping Pablo Escobar escape from prison. It’s wild.
Three of Slaughterhouse’s finest link up on the remix of “Timberlan’d Up” from Joell Ortiz and Apollo Brown’s forthcoming project Mona Lisa.
The duo of Joell Ortiz and Apollo Brown release their third song from their upcoming Mona Lisa album titled “Reflections.”
“It’s a super relatable chill joint. Gotta have a card like this one in every deck,” Apollo Brown told AFH. “I’m pretty sure this was the first song we recorded, so it set an amazing tone for what was to come. Reminiscent thoughts, the feelings of today, and the idea of tomorrow… ain’t no more hungry nights.”
Straight off of the Joell Ortiz and Apollo Brown collaborative album Mona Lisa dropping in October comes the collaboration with Slaughterhouse brethren Royce 5’9″ as the duo trade bars on “Timbalan’d up.”
With Tommy from “Power” opening up the video to remind DJ Kay Slay about his status, a barrage of rappers that include Locksmith, Joell Ortiz, Jon Conner, Nino Man, Vado, Mysonne and Fred The Godson kick in the door with “Back to the Bars.”
With his collaborative album with Apollo Brown waiting in the chamber, Joell Ortiz decides to rip up the instrumental to 50 Cent’s “Get the Strap” for his latest freestyle endeavor.
Apollo Brown has mastered the one emcee, one producer albums as of late. His recent musical endeavor with Locksmith was an absolute gem and what he has coming will surely raise a few eyebrows. The Detroit producer has announced that he’ll be teaming up with Joell Ortiz for the Mona Lisa album dropping on October 26th. Here’s the lead single from the project “Decisions.”
Ace Hook connects with Joell Ortiz and Talib Kweli for “Signs” from Clark’s Black Privilege that will drop on 9-14-18 and will feature Talib Kweli, Joell Ortiz, Beanie Sigel, Elzhi, Fashawn & Skyzoo.
Nova Scotia’s ChanHays has been teasing us with bangers for weeks and now delivers “The Creepy” EP featuring the likes of Skyzoo, Guilty Simpson, Joell Ortiz, Fashawn, Bodega Bamz and more. Hit play on the seven song project and cop it if you like what you’re hearing.
Toronto producer RAH Sounds provides the backdrop for R-Mean, Joell Ortiz and Termanology (with Rochester on the hook) to lament about their struggles to get to where they are today.