Peep Joell Ortiz's new video for "Q & A."
As a rapper, Joell Ortiz makes music that's relatively unadorned by frills and unswayed by prevailing trends, turning the focus instead on his Slaughterhouse-tested lyricism, which is usually quite thrilling. His new video for "Q & A," a track from his recent album House Slippers, applies that same bare-bones approach to the video shoot, showing Ortiz alone, rapping in a room with no backdrop.
Over a beat led by some high piano notes, Ortiz spits with ferocity that's as dark as the lighting in the video. "Q & A" is definitely one of the hardest tracks on House Slippers, and it's only made harder by this video.