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EXCLUSIVE: The Heatmakerz Reveal Guest Features/Producers For Joell Ortiz’s “House Slippers” LP

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(AllHipHop News) Slaughterhouse member Joell Ortiz is prepping this release of his next solo album House Slippers. The Brooklyn, New York representative selected the production team The Heatmakerz to serve as executive producers for the project.

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In an exclusive interview with AllHipHop.com, Rsonist and Wayno of The Heatmakerz share a few details about what listeners can expect on House Slippers. For example, the duo discuss which producers contributed to the project.

“!llmind is producing on the record. Frequency and a producer by the name of Prophet. And Sha Money XL,” says Rsonist.

New Jersey’s own !llmind handled the production for the title track off House Slippers. The next single is set to feature a Hustle Gang emcee and The Heatmakerz’ new protégé.

Other artists have also been tapped for guest features including Joell’s Slaughterhouse comrades Crooked I, Joe Budden, and Royce da 5’9”.

“B.o.B is on the new record after ‘House Slippers’ called ‘Save My Life,” reveals Rsonist. “Maino is on the album. Our artist Mally Stakz is on two records on the album. He’s actually on the first two main singles. And an artist by the name of Kaydence.”

“And Lee Carr and Slaughterhouse,” adds Wayno.

House Slippers is Joell’s first full length album since 2011′s Free Agent and his first released via Penalty Entertainment. According to Wayno, the project will symbolize his triumphant return as a solo emcee.

“It’s a strong album. It’s a serious album,” says Wayno. “There are a lot of fun moments on there as well. It’s going to be a well-rounded album for fans and for engaging new fans as well.”

[ALSO READ: Joell Ortiz Signs With Penalty Entertainment To Release “House Slippers” LP]

Watch the video for Joell Ortiz’s “House Slippers” below.

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