1/4 of Slaughterhouse drops a free EP chock full of Ortiz’ crushing instrumentals from the likes of Sam Smith, Iggy Azalea, French Montana and more. Listen and download for free.99!
Shady Records releases a behind the scenes video of the epic Shady XV CXVYPHER. What makes this special is Paul Rosenberg popping in to explain the significance of the location for Royce and Em’s segment.
Off of the upcoming mixtape titled Yaowa Nation, Ortiz and The Heatmakerz flip Sam Smith’s “Stay With Me.”
Joell Ortiz goes the cinematic route with the latest set of visuals off of his House Slippers album.
SLAUGHTERHOUSE & YELAWOLF FEAT. EMINEM – PSYCHOPATH KILLER (PROD. BY JUST BLAZE, THE MAVEN BOYS & BOI-1DA)
An insane lineup with equally insane production for a song titled “Psychopath Killer?” Yeah, we’ll take it.
ShadyXV drops 11/24.
If it’s bars you want, then you better strap in for this ride as Slaughterhouse, YelaWolf, and Eminem link for the #SHADYXV #CXVPHER.
The wait will soon be over Shady 2.0 is back TONIGHT!
DJ Kay Slay nabs Joell Ortiz, Sheek Louch and Ransom for a joint off of his upcoming album titled The Original Man. Shout out to Nah Right for premiering the track.
DJ Booth and Joell Ortiz joined forces for this unique cypher that brought together the art of rhyming with the ultimate urban gathering hole, the barber shop. The series — dubbed as “Fade To Famous” finds Ortiz bringing together emcees in New York for a barber shop cypher. Check out the mini documentary on what went into the cypher and the actual cypher itself.
The barber shop is the heart of the neighborhood, so when Joell Ortiz wanted to give back to the streets via the pure art of rhyming, it was the natural place to hold the first ever Fade to Famous and DJBooth cypher. We invited every willing rhyme spitter in the Big Apple to show and prove their skills, then selected the top six to get down in the cypher, closed out by Mr. Yaowa himself.
In the meantime, be sure to pick up Ortiz’ latest album House Slippers here, which debuted at #5 on Billboard’s rap albums list and features Slaughterhouse, Mally Stakz, B.o.B. and Maino as well as production from The Heatmakerz, Frequency and Illmind.