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Артист: Joell Ortiz Название: Free Agent Жанр: Hip-Hop Год выхода: 2010 О музыке: Joell Ortiz is a Puerto Rican American rapper from Brooklyn, New York formerly signed to Dr. Dre's Aftermath
Entertainment record label. He was featured in the Unsigned Hype column of the March 2004 issue of The Source Magazine and was also selected as
Chairman's Choice in XXL Magazine. During the same time Joell also went on to win the 2004 EA Sports Battle which earned his song Mean Business a
spot on the NBA Live 2005 soundtrack. The same year he was offered a contract to Jermaine Dupri 's So So Def label. The deal quickly went sour which caused Joell to start a beef with Jermaine. Joell has since collaborated with
KRS-One and Kool G.
Rap as well as working on his first album on Aftermath.
Joell Ortiz Free Agent Album Track Listing
2. Put Some Money On It
3. Killed for Less Intro
4. One Shot (Killed for Less)
5. Sing Like Bilal
Just like the self-titled, 2011 EP from his crew Slaughterhouse, Free Agent is a contractual obligation release, freeing gifted rapper Joell Ortiz
from his eOne contract, but this time, as a solo artist. The similarities don't stop there as the EP and Joell's effort share the furious
highlight "Put Some Money on It," plus they both pack a punch you wouldn't expect from such releases. In the case of Free Agent, it's a
knock-out. Hip-hop heads get to revel in Ortiz's insider story as he goes through his legal deals with Aftermath recordings and Dr. Dre, but the
subject matter doesn't dominate the album, which sounds more like dispatches from the heart of a champion than mere industry bitching and gossip.
Think Fat Joe if he could kick karate, and you're close to the sound of the mighty "Sing Like Bilal," and if you want stately and majestic,
"Battle Cry" is the hip-hop entry theme on which you've been waiting. Throughout the album, Ortiz s punch lines that are wicked, stories that are
detailed, and hooks that are solid. Some might complain they've heard the best bits on earlier mixtapes, but Free Agent is an excellent way for
the less fussy fan to get all these heaters in one shot.