Props to statik selektah for the beat.
We posted another Behind the Scenes of this video, but this is the Offical BTS co-signed by Joell.
Yuppp, you’ve been waiting, and here it is.. Here goes the brand new mixtape from Joell Ortiz & Novel. Featuring Spree Wilson, Jadakiss, Saigon, Papoose, Slaughterhouse and more. Read more…
Here’s another track off Joell and Novel’s upcoming Defying the Predictable project, coming soon. Propppz to OS
Joell ortiz offers up some Behind-The-Scenes footage of his upcoming video directed by Rik Cordero, he shows some of this video girls, airs his hook, and showcases his homies thats in his video including Novel. Dont forget Joell’s single w novel off Free Agent was dope. Nice little look at the Behind The Scenes, thanks Joell.
This is the only guy who got left off of Benzino’s Diss track on slaughterhouse, oh wait did you miss that? its after the jump.
According to the tweets spotted on these artists twitter conversations, you may expect a full project coming in the future with Jean Grae and Joell Ortiz… Sounds like it would be pretty effin dope. Well theres also a new track from Novel under the jump…
With his last mixtape Suspended Animation still in rotation, Novel is finishing up his collaborative mixtape with Joell Ortiz Defying The Predictable (listen to the first leak here) as well as a whole new album. This was originally on The Audiobiography… and was written alongside Cody ChessnuTT. Be on the lookout for more episodes of Internet Novelties later this year! – OS
The first single from Joell’s Free Agent album, due February.
Make sure to grab that Road Kill mixtape that dropped earlier today. Joell & Novel’s joint mixtape, Defying The Predictable, coming soon.
This past weekend, Three/21 and Lush Life shot the video for “Call Me”, Joell Ortiz’s latest single featuring Novel. The song and concept is about teenage love and heartbreak based in Williamsburg and South Side Brooklyn circa 1995. Now for all of you 90’s babies, this video will pretty much feel like a period piece since the height of Brooklyn in ’95 featured Smart Beepers, Eastland’s, Tommy shirts, Carhart jackets, Helly Hanson jackets, 5411’s, stretch pants, hoop earrings, scrunchies, etc. Shout out to Mike Heron and Dennis Wynn for putting this one together as well the homies Joell Ortiz and Novel. Yaooowa!
Previously: Joell Ortiz feat. Novel – Call Me
Yaowahh & Novel take on “Successful”.
The first leak from their collaboration mixtape, Defying The Predictable.