Joell Ortiz – Shake Freestyle

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Joell goes over Game’s “Shake,” produced by Cool & Dre and dropped it on his Twitter for his followers. Free Agent dropping April 20th.

Joell Ortiz – Shake Freestyle | Mediafire

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Previously: Joell Ortiz ft. Novel – Call Me (Video) | Joell Ortiz – Project Boy (prod. DJ Premier) [Radio Rip]


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51 Responses to “Joell Ortiz – Shake Freestyle”

  1. &What?! - C.R.E.A.M. Says:

    Joell read this; You are a brutal fucking jerk and nobody loves you.

  2. Blood In, Blood Out Says:

    hate the original game version

  3. Bricktop Says:

    Blood In, Blood Out Says:

    February 20th, 2010 at 2:56 pm
    The period between the release of Enter the Wu-Tang and Wu-Tang Clan’s second album is considered to be “the greatest winning streak in rap history.” ^wikipedia

    scratch that, these cats werent the bulls. they were the golden era 20’s yankees

    then what does Wiki consider Jay’s run? the equivalent to Tiger’s? yeah, that one too. . .

  4. Blood In, Blood Out Says:

    f*ck joell ortiz

  5. Blood In, Blood Out Says:

    Sh*t on RZA if you want, but you think Ghost or some of these other members wouldve gotten a deal without him? Your Right….he’s just like Mannie Fresh. Totally.

  6. Bricktop Says:

    btw, Ol’ Dirty was probably the most underappreciated of the group. as far as Wu solos go:

    1. Cuban pt.1
    2 Return to the . .
    3. Supreme Clientle
    4. Liquid
    5. Ironman
    6. everything else. .

  7. mr. vengeance Says:

    liquid swords = cuban 1

  8. landlord Says:

    Masta Killa – “No Said Date” >> any ODB or Method Man LP

  9. landlord Says:

    mr. vengeance Says:

    February 20th, 2010 at 3:13 pm
    liquid swords = cuban 1

    ——-

    word…

  10. Mr. Dominicano Says:

    Y’all some haters for real, Joell keep doing your thing. I’m desperately awaiting that new “Free Agent” album. These cats are just mad because they don’t have anything going for themselves. NY stand up & let’s K.I.M.

  11. landlord Says:

    Liquid Swords went over MAD niggas heads …

  12. steven biko Says:

    liquid swords was liquid poop.

  13. Bricktop Says:

    dog, nobody’s shittin on Rza. you just made the outlandish statement that the Wu’s 3 most successfull soloist will flop without the Rza’s ‘magical’ touch. so i stepped in to prove otherwise. not a big deal.

    btw, Mannie, like the Abbot, succesfully produced a shitload of material for a shitload of in-house artists over and extended period of time, damn near all by himself. though their sounds are at the opposite ends of two extremes, the stamp on the game remains similar for that reason. i’m just sayin, all angles, man. all angles.

  14. Blood In, Blood Out Says:

    RZA single handedly produced a bunch of classic albums. Who else can claim this in hip hop history? Maybe two or three people, maybe zero? I don’t know. But that should tell you how much of an impact he has had on the game. He is a living legend. To compare him to Mannie Fresh? Come on B, even you dont believe that one. You cant overemphasize what he as added to hip hop, its impossible.

  15. steven biko Says:

    ortiz>Game If your honest

  16. &What?! - C.R.E.A.M. Says:

    Craig Mack – Project: Funk Da World is mad underrated. The beats are fire.

  17. D. Billz Says:

    I put a couple people on to Liquid Swords. Yet, another tape I let a ninja borrow and didn’t see that shit for a minute.

    Real rap, I remember me sittin’ in the crib and actually jottin’ down the lyrics to the title track. That song is fuckin’ ridiculous. The words on paper make that song so much doper.

  18. hl Says:

    liquid swords = cuban 1

    ——-

    word…

    —–

    I remember in high school we used to argue over which solo was the best. Niggas always wanted to argue Tical vs OBFCL. I always thought Liquid was more worthy. Tical is the most slept on album though, only cause now niggas try to act like it wasn’t the great. I think the Wu’s music started to get progressively better, so people look at it as an inferior album.

    Month of the Man (no homo) >

  19. cOLD Says:

    Liquid Swords went over MAD niggas heads …

    ^ indeed, banging that shit right now…

    “my preliminary attack, the cemetery’s packed with niggas who think it aint like that”

    GZA that dude.

  20. landlord Says:

    i see both sides of this debate… RZA is too great to be compared to Mannie Fresh in the artistic sense… but Mannie Fresh did have an almost similar effect on the game as RZA, because his sound defined the sound of a whole region for a few years there … i hated it, but it was what it was …

  21. Blood In, Blood Out Says:

    btw, Mannie, like the Abbot, succesfully produced a shitload of material for a shitload of in-house artists over and extended period of time, damn near all by himself. though their sounds are at the opposite ends of two extremes, the stamp on the game remains similar for that reason
    ^^
    I dont care who they produced for, or that it was for one label or anything like that. RZA made classic albums. Classic songs. If you think Mannie is anywhere near his equal then I would hate to be stuck with your ipod on a cross country flight.

  22. Bricktop Says:

    3:17 ^ funny.

    anyhow, as fun as this is, i’ve gotta say salutations. dinner with mom at 5. still haven’t done shit with myself today. so. .

  23. cOLD Says:

    GZA cold world

    ^stop playin

  24. D. Billz Says:

    4th Chamber
    Labels
    Liquid Swords
    Cold World

    OMG… Cold World fam?! I forget which soundtrack that was on. MANNNN, that song was eerie yet ridiculously concrete in terms of the overall track.

  25. landlord Says:

    *daps DBillz , cOLD etc, etc.*

  26. hl Says:

    RZA single handedly produced a bunch of classic albums. Who else can claim this in hip hop history? Maybe two or three people, maybe zero?

    —–

    Marley Marl
    Dr Dre
    Primo
    Pete Rock
    Mannie Fresh
    Kanye West

    That’s all I can think of right now. That’s good company though.

  27. Blood In, Blood Out Says:

    Juvenile > Method Man

  28. mr. vengeance Says:

    Masta Killa – “No Said Date” >> any ODB or Method Man LP

    ^^^

    yessss

  29. steven biko Says:

    Them niggas dont need RZA anymore! Ghost and Rae got ears for beats.

  30. D. Billz Says:

    Real rap, I think I would say Liquid Swords > the rest of the Wu solo albums. And that’s saying a lot considering the competition. As a matter of fact, I would only put the late, great Mr. Russell Jones debut LP beside it if even close.

    Those two in particular stood out to me.

  31. Bricktop Says:

    @Land

    exactly. that’s why i said two different extremes. Mannie’s sound is very repetative. Rza’s shit was ever changing, to the point where it developed into something that didn’t agree with most of the general public.

  32. D. Billz Says:

    *dapz landLORD and cOLD*

  33. landlord Says:

    listening to “Duel Of The Iron Mic”, make me wanna walk to the weedman house and buy a 50 dollar sack of erb, and a brand new composition notebook and some #2 pencils, and write a fresh batch of rhymes …

    that joint touches my soul…

  34. hl Says:

    I remember buying Gza’s cassette single before his album dropped. I couldn’t believe how ridiculous the b-side (Labels) was. Couldn’t stop rewinding that shit.

  35. Bricktop Says:

    salutations!

  36. cOLD Says:

    *daps Land and the rest*

    OMG… Cold World fam?! I forget which soundtrack that was on. MANNNN, that song was eerie yet ridiculously concrete in terms of the overall track.

    ^ it was the winter 95, listening to this shit brings me right back to that stairwell. Clear liquor, Northface and blunt tobacco littered the stoop.

  37. D. Billz Says:

    “Tommy aint your muthafuckin’ Boy”

  38. hl Says:

    Dont sleep on Meth yo. Who else could have did the hooks for CREAM, Ice Cream, Shadowboxing, etc.

  39. Bryan Ferris Says:

    hl is right, Tical is most slept on album.

    Liquid Swords was and is still the best solo album….production crazy, features just right, not too much, not too little….and you even got the one and only GREAT solo Killah Priest song…B.I.B.L.E. was ridiculous…..””I Judge Wisely, as if Nothin Ever Surprise Me, Loungin, Between Two Pillars of Ivory””….who can forget but the Wu password for their Wu Tang Forever disk was Stanley Cups, which came off a lyric off Liquid……

    But lets all admit Wu doesn’t get the respect is deserves, too bad they wasted their potential AS A GROUP the last 10 years….they could still do a classic if they tried….

    Blood In, Blood Out your crazy, Juvenile is not better than Meth…..

  40. Bryan Ferris Says:

    hl is right, Tical is most slept on album.

    Liquid Swords was and is still the best solo album….production crazy, features just right, not too much, not too little….and you even got the one and only GREAT solo Killah Priest song…B.I.B.L.E. was ridiculous…..””I Judge Wisely, as if Nothin Ever Surprise Me, Loungin, Between Two Pillars of Ivory””….who can forget but the Wu password for their Wu Tang Forever disk was Stanley Cups, which came off a lyric off Liquid……

    But lets all admit Wu doesn’t get the respect is deserves, too bad they wasted their potential AS A GROUP the last 10 years….they could still do a classic if they tried….

    Blood In, Blood Out your crazy, Juvenile is not better than Meth…..

  41. web Says:

    *daps*

    *gets left hangin*

  42. restlessbx Says:

    Smfh @ you birds dickriding the Wu. I grew up listening to all of those wu albums too but emceeing has evolved since then – not to mention – ITS BEEN OVER A DECADE.

    Get their dicks out of your mouths. Not a one of the wu members is worth squat as a lyricist right now. For example the OB4CL2 album was good at best. Shit was mediocre (aside from 4 or 5 choice beats). The lyrics were chocked full of subpar bars and cliche, mostly fabricated drug-dealing, gangster, and materialistic splurging stories.

    Stop dickriding for the love of GOD. They put out classic albums when I was a kid/coming up. That doesn’t make them exceptionally dope now. Talk about being a fucking stan…

  43. steven biko Says:

    Smfh @ you birds dickriding the Wu. I grew up listening to all of those wu albums too but emceeing has evolved since then – not to mention – ITS BEEN OVER A DECADE.

    Get their dicks out of your mouths. Not a one of the wu members is worth squat as a lyricist right now. For example the OB4CL2 album was good at best. Shit was mediocre (aside from 4 or 5 choice beats). The lyrics were chocked full of subpar bars and cliche, mostly fabricated drug-dealing, gangster, and materialistic splurging stories.

    Stop dickriding for the love of GOD. They put out classic albums when I was a kid/coming up. That doesn’t make them exceptionally dope now. Talk about being a fucking stan…

    ^^^^^^

    whites dont talk this way bout Bruce or the Beatles. We the only ones that shit on our vets like this

  44. Juan Says:

    Joell Ortiz is the future and if you can’t see that then open your eyes and ears ya fucking drones!

    KEEP IT UP ORTIZ!

  45. clarenceD Says:

    Joell Ortiz > the rest of slaughterhouse

  46. Izz Oh'dee Baybeh Says:

    waste mans always talkin about some next shit… its a ortiz song… discuss him… not some next shit….

  47. RB RADIO Says:

    Wow…. Ya kats are crazy, smdh. And for that, the music industry will continue to give you TRASH. Cause most of ya’ll don’t know what music is Joell rocked that freestyle.

    Ya’ll keep supporting TRASH if you want, while the industry MAKES MONEY OFF YOU!

  48. sleepy Says:

    Why are people on a joel ortiz link talking about Wu? Anybody that thinks the Wu is hot now has to be over 30 and lives in a basement….. Im one of the biggest ghostface fans and i can admit that his shit fell off some….
    stop being in denial, the Wu will never be as hot as they were and give this man joel respect for having hot bars and bringing that goood energy back to hiphop….. Bunch of haters!!!!!

  49. spirit equality Says:

    For example the OB4CL2 album was good at best. Shit was mediocre (aside from 4 or 5 choice beats).

    ^ ^ somebody needs to find a dictionary. “good” and “mediocre” are antonyms, tough guy. pick a side of the fence to sit on and stick to it.

  50. spirit equality Says:

    Why are people on a joel ortiz link talking about Wu? Anybody that thinks the Wu is hot now has to be over 30 and lives in a basement…

    ^ ^ hey, sleepy. wake up and go through the past couple of years worth of posts on this site. the comment section is never limited strictly to the material the comments appear under. it’s just a quirk about this place. and 100,000+ people bought the cuban linx album. they think the wu is still hot, obviously, and i doubt all 100,000+ of those purchasers fit that random little stereotype you just made up. get out the house more often, you might meet a few people that don’t fit in these boxes you make up.

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