Joell Ortiz - Free Agent (2010/2011)

"Brooklyn's Pillsbury corner boy (and Slaughterhouse member) pops fresh rhymes about project life's ills with such high-spirited, ingloriously precise detail that he renders voyeurism unseemly -- hence his limited commercial appeal (...)"
- Spin

There has been confusion over the release of Joell Ortiz’ new album Free Agent whose original date was November 30th. Although Amazon has made the album available in MP3 format already, the physical release is being shown as February 22nd, 2011.

Truth is, shit's dope! Althought Ortiz's seemingly unappealing to mainstream record labels, we've never been the type 'o blog that gives a fuck, so... We've made the released/unreleased album available for download, third-world style.

The album features production from DJ Premier, Knobody, Brother Ali, DJ Khalil, Sean C & LV, S1, Red Spyda, Frequency, Lil' Fame, Broadway, Novel, Moss, Nottz, Statik Selektah, and Frank Dukes. Guests are Slaughterhouse, Talib Kweli, Raekwon, Bun B, Tech N9ne[4],Brother Ali, Styles P, Sheek Louch, Just Blaze, B.o.B., Novel, Akon, M.O.P., Maino, Jean Grae and Smokey Robinson... Talk 'bout serious name-droppin'.

Good-ol' lyrical Hip-Hop n' complex MCing.

Without further ado:

1. "Intro" Frank Dukes 1:57
2. "Put Some Money on It" (featuring The LOX) Sean C & LV 2:29
3. "Killed for Less" (Intro) 0:19
4. "One Shot (Killed for Less)" (featuring Fat Joe) Knobody 3:53
5. "Sing Like Bilal" DJ Premier 2:30
6. "Finish What You Start" (featuring Royce da 5'9") Kenny Dope 3:16
7. "Battle Cry" (featuring Just Blaze) Just Blaze, The Audible Doctor 5:04
8. "Nursery Rhyme" Nottz 3:10
9. "Phone" (Skit) 0:31
10. "Call Me (She Said)" (featuring Novel) Novel 4:08
11. "So Hard" (featuring Anna Yvette) Frequency, Anna Yvette 3:21
12. "Oh!" (featuring Iffy) Large Professor 4:06
13. "Checkin for You" (Skit) 0:19
14. "Checkin for You" Frank Dukes 3:56
15. "Good Man Is Gone" Broadway 4:01
16. "Cocaine" DJ Khalil 3:36

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Escrito por: @DANTESTEEZ

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