Archive for the 'Freestyles' Category
Manolo Rose is joined by Memphis Bleek, a Hot 97 freestyle veteran, for Funkmaster Flex’s latest freestyle session.
Previously: Manolo Rose – Ball Drop
Yeah, so Cassidy is still a beast. Here is going in for 8 minutes or so on DJ Whoo Kid’s New Year’s Eve show on Shade 45. With Swizz Beatz handling the ad-libs, Cass bodies a bunch of throwback instrumentals.
Previously: Cassidy – Tim Westwood Freestyle (2004)
“Ye mad he ain’t get a call from Jay Z, Jay like, niggas get robbed every day b”
Uncle Murda’s ‘zero fucks’ takes on the “Rap-Up” format originated by Skillz have been refreshing as fuck over the last couple of years. Of course it’s hilarious, but he covers alot on this shit and points out a bunch of #facts. He also responds to some shots Skillz took after Murda started doing his versions.
Dyme-A-Duzin closes out the Genius Freestyle series for the year with about a minute and a half of fire.
Having just bodied Funkmaster Flex’s Freestyle challenge, Termanology recently stopped by Genius headquarters and put in some quick work there as well.
“One hand on the bag, the other hand is on the pad, in a Kaepernick jersey, I ain’t standing for the flag”
It’s Termanology’s turn in the hot seat for Funk Flex’s ongoing freestyle series that places a premium on BARS. Watch as Term goes in over Smoothe Da Hustla’s classic “Broken Language” instrumental for nearly 4 minutes. Term’s new album More Politics is out now, dead ass, facts b.
For the penultimate Throwback Thursday of 2016, Tim Westwood liberates a rare freestyle from a very high B-Real, circa 1998.
Image via Andres Tardio
Yesterday, the TDE crew held their annual Christmas Toy Drive/live concert event at the Nickerson Gardens houses and while big names such as Wiz Khalifa, A$AP Rocky and the Dreamville crew joined them to party and give back, one of the highlights was when Kendrick Lamar treated the crowd to an alternate verse during his performance of Black Hippy’s “Vice City” with Jay Rock.
Check it out below. Also included is the full video of K.Dot’s recent performance for American Express in Brooklyn.