Joell Ortiz Feat. Namir Blade, Stalley & Solemn Brigham – Black Rock

Mello Music Group

Joell Ortiz, Namir Blade, Stalley, and Solemn Brigham snap on Mello Music Group’s new posse cut “Black Rock.”

Mello Music Group has formally declared the arrival of their new assemblage collection Bushido. Due out for discharge on April second, the stacked task is set to highlight appearances from Quelle Chris, Open Mike Eagle, Solemn Brigham, Oddisee, Homeboy Sandman, Zackey Force Funk, Skyzoo, Namir Blade, Oddisee, James Shahan, Joell Ortiz, Stalley, Dueling Experts, RJ Payne, Murs, Cambatta, Kool Keith, B-Real, and The Perceptionists.

Presently, the main single “Dark Rock,” highlighting Joell Ortiz, Namir Blade, Stalley, and Solemn Brigham, has shown up in a whirlwind of bars. Over a super cold banger, Joell Ortiz prepares a tenacious stream, hanging together words with accuracy as he ups the ante with his initial stanza. “That Brooklyn district is careful, over bitches Bengals they through projectiles like Burrow, and put you in the ground like you tunneled,” he spits. “Then, at that point, turn your square again to make all that murder poop plural/I can’t really accept that I made it like sperm that should be sterile.”

What follows are refrains from Blade, Stalley, and Brigham, every one of whom figures out the group cut with unmistakable style and very much sharpened lyricism. Obviously Mello Music Group esteems the specialty of handwriting, and anticipate that Bushido should highlight bounty more where that came from.


Will you be tuning in when the aggregation lands on April second?


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