Redirected from The Brick (Bodega Chronicles)). The Brick: Bodega Chronicles is the debut album by American rapper Joell Ortiz. It was released on April 24, 2007, by Koch Records, whom Ortiz was dealing with before he signed with Aftermath Entertainment. The album includes guest appearances from Big Daddy Kane, Styles P, Big Noyd, Akon, Immortal Technique, Grafh, Ras Kass, Maino and Stimuli
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Joell Ortiz lyrics - 100 song lyrics sorted by album, including "Shake Dat Je'llo", "Cant Stop Wont Stop", "Box Talk". album: "The Brick: Bodega Chronicles" (2007). 125 Part 1 (The Bio) Brooklyn (Remix) 125 Part 2 (Fresh Air) Hip Hop Modern Day Slavery 125 Part 3 (Connections) Block Royal Latino Brooklyn Bullshit 125 Part 4 (Finale) . mixtape: "Covers The Classics" (2009). Primo Tribute Act Like They Don't Know High Roller 4,3,2,1 Recognize. EP: "Farewell Summer" (2010). Murder Battle Cry Sing Like Bilal (Remix) So Wrong Farewell Summer. album: "Free Agent" (2011).
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The Brick: Bodega Chronicles. Artist graveyard? For the Puerto Rican, Brooklyn-raised up-and-comer Joell Ortiz, Koch is his jumping off point. Now signed to Dr. Dre’s Aftermath label, Ortiz’s debut, The Brock: Bodega Chronicles works as an independent teaser for his upcoming full-length. Ortiz, raised in Brooklyn’s Cooper projects is one of the most fiercely hungry rappers to come out of New York as of late. Like Styles P and Saigon, both of whom guest on the album, Ortiz is a hard working MC sick of NY’s recent spate of trap-rap.