Joell Ortiz spits over HeatMakerz production for his newest song, "God Forbid." The Brooklyn native is making his return after a brief hiatus. For "God Forbid," Ortiz gives a stern warning to his enemies that they should not test him. It's another showcase of the Slaughterhouse member's lyrical ability.

"Every now and then I ball flex/And flex bars like Dominique Dawes, no giving my arm rest/I rest arms in a arm rest, take a long breath/I turn that run down a coffin while taking crawl steps/Real rap I'm hearing New York's back/Like we left, like I ain't always have New York's back/Just for years bars wasn't something New York backed/Now we trying to recoupe like they bringing two doors back (nah)," he raps.

Last month, Ortiz dropped the !llmind-produced single “Rap Millionaire." Hopefully, the rapper keeps on dropping new music.

In 2016, Ortiz released his That’s Hip Hop album. The 10-track project, which served as a follow-up to his 2014 album, House Slippers, featured guest appearances from Billy Danze, Lil Fame and Kool G Rap, among others and was executive produced by Domingo. Also that year, Joell, Nitty Scott MC and Bodega Bamz surprised fans by releasing a collaborative project. The year before that Ortiz and !llmind teamed up for a joint album, Human.

Bump "God Forbid" below.

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