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G Herbo – Funkmaster Flex Freestyle

Thursday, February 23rd, 2017

G Herbo has got next in Flex’s studio for the ongoing Freestyle series. Watch above as he goes in over Cam’ron’s “I Really Mean It” instrumental.

Previously: Tink & G Herbo – Mine

A$AP Ant – Tim Westwood Freestyle

Friday, February 17th, 2017

A$AP Ant stopped by Tim Westwood’s show and dropped a quick freestyle over AZ’s “Mo Money, Mo Murder, Mo Homicide” instrumental.

Previously: A$AP Ant ft. A$AP Ferg & A$AP Twelvyy – Finances (Mob Remix)

Video: Jim Jones & Axel Leon – Funkmaster Flex Freestyle

Friday, February 10th, 2017

Following the release of his new track “Bando” with his artist Axel Leon, as well as a very emotional interview with Flex during which he spoke on his conflict with Cam, Jimmy and the young Bronx MC show up on the Hot 97 DJ’s ongoing Freestyle series.

Previously: Jim Jones Signs with Roc Nation

Video: Chris Rivers – Funkmaster Flex Freestyle

Thursday, February 9th, 2017

Somebody asked for bars? Chris Rivers got you. Here he is going off for nearly 6 minutes for Funk Flex’s Freestyle series.

Previously: Chris Rivers – Chose Me (Video)

Wizkid ft. Drake – Hush Up The Silence

Monday, February 6th, 2017

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Team OVO broadcast a special UK edition of OVO Sound Radio on Beats 1 this past weekend as they pass through London for the Boy Meets World Tour. You can stream the full episode below which begins with a set from Oliver El-Khatib that is notable because it includes a proper version of Nigerian artist Wizkid’s “Hush Up The Silence” featuring Drake which had previously leaked. The episode also includes a grime set from DJ Maximum of the BBK crew. Continue below to listen and I’ve also included a handy tracklist courtesy of Genius.

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Video: Prodigy – Toca Tuesdays Freestyle

Tuesday, January 31st, 2017

Here’s Prodigy freestyling on Toca Tuesdays with Tony Touch last week. His new album The Hegelian Dialectic: The Book of Revelation is out now.

Previously: Prodigy – Make America Great Again: Mafuckin U$A

Watch Cam’ron, Juelz Santana & Jim Jones Freestyle for Westwood (2003)

Thursday, January 26th, 2017

Oh yeah, this is the stuff right here Timothy. For this week’s Throwback Thursday, Westwood liberates some very rare footage of Cam’ron, Juelz Santana and Jim Jones freestyling on a special Harlem edition of his show back in 2003. You’ve definitely heard most of these verses but it’s still a classic session from the Dips at the height of their power.

Previously: Cam’ron Teases New Music, Film 10,000 Miles | Juelz Santana – Drake Voice

Watch Migos Freestyle on Sway In The Morning

Wednesday, January 25th, 2017

Migos stopped by Sway In The Morning this week to talk about the new album Culture and Sway threw on a few beats, sent to him by producers that actually contributed to the album, and the trio went in. Make sure you stick around until the end for the Lawrence Fishburne cameo.

Culture impacts tomorrow, late night.

Previously: Migos – What the Price

Video: Consequence – Funkmaster Flex Freestyle

Tuesday, January 24th, 2017

“you get them clips to your head like Solange cover, trust me I ain’t the one you wanna cross brother”

It’s Consequence’s turn to slap Flex’s mike around and he does just that for a good 5 minutes for #37 in the ongoing freestyle series.

Previously: Consequence ft. Ty Dolla Sign & Tony Yayo – Ask Somebody

Big Sean Talks I Decided. with Zane Lowe

Wednesday, January 18th, 2017

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Big Sean sat down with Zane Lowe today on Beats 1 to do the new album promo dance. After playing the new album I Decided for Zane, Sean spoke on breaking through with his previous LP Dark Sky Paradise, selling his house and the custom studio it housed and how he began to reach his full potential. The majority of the conversation is about the album and they go through it track-by-track as Sean speaks on building with Rick Rubin and Kanye West and working with Eminem and Andre 3000, (although he says the 3-Stacks collab won’t appear on the project).

Listen below.

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