As rappers start lining up for some studio time, Slaughterhouse spitter Joell Ortiz is the first to stand up and defend the “King of New York” title that Kendrick Lamar so effortlessly claimed in Big Sean‘s “Control.”
“Boy, that property’s ours,” claims Ortiz and directs it to those who forgot. Although Slaughterhouse and Joell were both not mentioned in Kendrick’s lyrical war call, Joell also reminds the fans that it was most likely because K. Dot already knew that he and his clique can easily retaliate. The Puerto Rican rapper brings his A game in his response to Kendrick Lamar – listen below.
Who do you think will release the next response? I’m excited to hear more (good) NY rappers defend their city.