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Papoose – Funkmaster Flex Freestyle

Thursday, October 5th, 2017

“you tellin me this clown is a killer, silly guys, the only clown I know who was a killer was Pennywise”

Papoose returns to the booth with Flex at Hot 97 and sets shit off with bars about Colin Kaepernick and Hurricane Harvey before going in for a solid 7 minutes over Wu-Tang’s “C.R.E.A.M” instrumental.

Previously: Papoose – Rollin In The Coupe

Fred The Godson – Funkmaster Flex Freestyle

Thursday, September 14th, 2017

Fred The Godson swings by Hot 97 with his man Jaquae for his turn in the booth with Flex. Frederico is of course known for his metaphors and punchlines and he lives up to his reputation on this one.

Previously: Fred The Godson ft. Jaquae, Jim Jones & Vado – Different Scenario

Vic Mensa – Funkmaster Flex Freestyle

Wednesday, September 6th, 2017

Vic Mensa finally gets his turn in the booth at Hot 97 for Funkmaster Flex’s ongoing freestyle series. Listen up as he goes in over Noreaga’s “Banned From TV” instrumental and touches on everything from his recent gun charge to Flex’s Tupac criticism.

Previously: Watch Vic Mensa Perform “We Could Be Free” Live

Meek Mill – Funkmaster Flex Freestyle

Friday, July 21st, 2017

With his new album Wins And Losses officially out today, Meek Mill stopped by Flex for a freestyle session and went apeshit for like 5 minutes plus with some hypeman help from Fatboy SSE.

Continue below for a clip of Meek speaking to Hot 97’s Nessa about the album, life post-Nicki and the whether he considers his beef with Drake a win, a loss or a learning experience.

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Action Bronson – Funkmaster Flex Freestyle

Thursday, July 13th, 2017

Bam Bam is back. Action Bronson steps up to the plate and knocks it out the park for Funkmaster Flex on a new freestyle over Jay Z’s “A Million And One Questions”. Put his fucking album out.

Previously: Action Bronson – Let Me Breathe (Prod. by Harry Fraud)

Conway & Benny – Funkmaster Flex Freestyle

Thursday, June 8th, 2017

Oh, I’ve been waiting on this shit. Watch as Benny and Conway give an absolute clinic on quotables over Wu-Tang’s “Triumph” and Jay Z’s “Dynasty Intro” beats for Funkmaster Flex’s latest Freestyle session. Be clear, around the 4 and a half minute mark, you’re gonna wanna pause this and punch somebody in the face.

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Russ – Funkmaster Flex Freestyle

Friday, May 12th, 2017

With his excellent new album There’s Really A Wolf circulating now, Russ stops by Hot 97 to take part in Funkmaster Flex’s ongoing Freestyle series. Flex ends up having run Cam’ron’s “Down And Out” beat back as the boy goes in for nearly 8-minutes.

Previously: Russ ft. Bas – Keep On Going

J.I.D – Funkmaster Flex Freestyle

Thursday, April 27th, 2017

Dreamville rookie and Spillage Village MC J.I.D is the latest contestant on Funkmaster Flex’s ongoing Freestyle series. Watch above as he goes off for nearly 7-minutes.

Previously: J.I.D – The Never Story (Album Stream)

Vado – Funkmaster Flex Freestyle

Thursday, April 20th, 2017

“Trump’s president, shit’s sad, it’s type spooky, throw a garbage can through the glass just like Mookie

I don’t know where Vado has been, but he’s definitely back on this new freestyle over the “Quiet Storm” beat for Flex.

Previously: Vado ft. Cam’ron & Jeremih – We Da Wave

Mary J Blige Talks New Kanye Record, The LOX with Flex

Thursday, March 30th, 2017

Mary J Blige recently sat down with Flex for one of his in-depth #WeGotAStoryToTell interviews and she spoke on a few notable subjects, including the new record she has with Kanye West (Flex says it’s super hard), the history of the “Who Shot Ya” beat and how she personally brought the LOX demo tape to Puff. Beyond that, she speaks very candidly about her recent divorce, LA Reid coming to Schlobohm projects in Yonkers to try and get her to sign a deal, her still living there when “You Remind Me” popped off, attending parties at iconic Yonkers Hip-Hop institution School 12, her relationship with Faith during the Bad Boy era and much more.

Previously: Mary J. Blige ft. Kendrick Lamar – American Skin (41 Shots)