MP3: Joell Ortiz - In My Feelings

MP3: Joell Ortiz - In My Feelings

Joell Ortiz vents on Shady Records, Slaughterhouse, Aftermath Entertainment, and more on his new single “In My Feelings”.

Brooklyn Rap royalty and ¼ of Slaughterhouse, Joell Ortiz, will return on 11.12.2021 with his deepest and most personal solo-album to date with ‘Autograph’.

‘Autograph’ includes appearances and production from Sheek Louch, CyHi The Prynce, KXNG Crooked, Salaam Remi, Apollo Brown, The Heatmakerz, and Namir Blade among others.

My creative process is pretty simple. I write to the music that moves me and speak my truth. That’s never wavered. Once I feel like I got all of my thoughts out, I put the pen down and listen to everything in its entirety. That’s usually where I figure out things like title and artwork” Joell laments. “After listening to this body of work, I realized that I shared a lot of personal feelings, stories and ideas. Everything is authentic. This is signature me. Hence, the title. Autograph is an album from me to you. The old me, the current me, all of me. As usual, I hope you enjoy.”

Today, Joell released the second single, “In My Feelings”, from ‘Autograph’ which is now available. “I’m in my feelings y'all pardon, I feel like Oakley in the Garden.” Stream the new single and hear Joell vent, and recall his story as only he can; Shady Records, Slaughterhouse, Eminem. A history lesson in three-minutes.

‘In My Feelings’ is exactly that. Audio venting and reminding everyone who I am, my story and how I’m still turning pages” Joell stresses. “My pen moving over Heatmakerz production. No hook. Just real talk.”

Autograph’ Tracklisting:

  1. In My Feelings
  2. Uncle Chris Car
  3. Housing Authority featuring KXNG Crooked
  4. One Day
  5. Masked Up
  6. Sincerely Yours
  7. OG
  8. Lifeline featuring Juliet
  9. Goin’ Thru It featuring Marc Scibilia
  10. Holy Ghost featuring CyHi The Prynce
  11. Therapeutic
  12. Love Is Love featuring Sheek Louch
  13. Doors Up featuring Pastor LBS

You can now pre-order, add, and favorite Joell Ortiz's ‘Autograph’ album at your preferred DSP