As part of Vevo Ctrl live sessions, Joell Ortiz blesses the stage with a live performance of “Captain” from his Monday album. Keep sleeping on this album if you want, but Ortiz has a banger.
On August 30, Joell Ortiz will drop a brand new album titled Monday with production from the likes of Big K.R.I.T., Apollo Brown, J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League, Nottz and Heatmakerz. Ahead of the album’s release, Ortiz releases “Captain.”
Fresh off their collaborative project Box Talk, Joell Ortiz and Salaam Remi cut loose a video for “Keep’n On” as their second set of visuals off the EP.
Joell Ortiz and Salaam Remi have announced that they’ve joined forces for a project called Box Talk. The duo have a little fun in the lead video titled “Shake Dat Je’llo.”
DJ Absolut always seems to have something stashed in the vault. This time, he drops this slapping collaboration with Common, Joell Ortiz, Havoc and Vado titled “World Records.”
Joell Ortiz and Fred The Godson decided to join forces and drop the 9-track Gorilla Glue produced entirely by The Heatmakerz. Here’s a taste of the recently released project with “Raw.”
Apollo Brown and Joell Ortiz keep delivering videos just to remind you just how incredibly dope their collaborative album Mona Lisa is. This go around we get a set of visuals for “Grace of God.” Against the backdrop of projected videos from the crack era, Ortiz drops a host of introspective bars.
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.”