Detroit producer Apollo Brown has made a reputation for himself as one among Hip-Hop’s most legendary new producers; whereas sustaining a golden period sound. His manufacturing credit are a who’s who of Hip-hop greats from Danny Brown, Skyzoo to Ghostface Killah, Ras Kass to Westside Gunn. Even Chance the Rapper used a pair of Apollo beats on his debut mixtapes. Known for bringing the perfect out of musicians, Apollo has a knack for making timeless classics.
Brooklyn’s Joell Ortiz began on none aside from Dr. Dre’s Aftermath label and constructed an enormous buzz within the business. He’s labored with legends like Just Blaze amongst others. He then signed to Shady Records as ¼ of the supergroup Slaughterhouse. He’s labored with Hip-Hop titans Eminem, Busta Rhymes, Jadakiss, Akon, and Big Daddy Kane.
Now the pair of Hip-hop luminaries have their first collaborative album on Mello Music Group—and it’s nothing in need of a masterpiece: Mona Lisa.
A couple of days in the past the duo launched the third and closing single, “Reflection,” from Mona Lisa earlier than it’s launched on 10-26-18. On the eve of his first put up Slaughterhouse launch, Joell took time to replicate on the state of the music business and touched on the Slaughterhouse break up “took a sec to simply accept that subsequent time I’m on the street, received’t be no Crook, received’t be no Royce, received’t be no Joe.”
While Joell might now not have the ability to depend on seeing his Slaughterhouse brethren with him on the street, at present he reconvenes with ¾ of The House for the “Timberlan’d Up” remix that includes Royce Da 5’9” and KXNG Crooked.
Mona Lisa by Apollo Brown & Joell Ortiz