Brooklyn-born rapper Joell Ortiz has earned much respect throughout the hip-hop scene, receiving critical acclaim with his many albums and mixtapes, in addition to achieving mainstream success as part of the supergroup Slaughterhouse. He is renowned for his tireless work ethic as well as his strong narrative skills and freestyling abilities. Making his proper debut in 2007 with The Brick: Bodega Chronicles following years of underground buzz, his commercial visibility increased when he co-founded Slaughterhouse; their 2012 album Welcome To: Our House reached number two on the Billboard 200 album chart. He continued releasing solo material, including 2014's well-received House Slippers and collaborations with !llmind (Human, 2015) and Apollo Brown (Mona Lisa, 2018). A dedicated and accomplished student in his early years, and always a ...
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