Before Meek Mill’s Dreamchasers 3 listening session last night, he returned to Funkmaster Flex’s show on Hot 97. If memory serves correct, some of those bars were heard during the listening. Stay tuned.
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The kid 50 Cent and G-Unit artist Kidd Kidd visited Hot 97 for an interview with Flex. Curtis spoke on his reaction to Kendrick’s “Control” verse, his relationship with Nas, the status of G-Unit and more.
In celebration of Ferg’s Trap Lord release, A$AP Mob invaded Hot 97 with Flex last night. Above, they share their thoughts on Kendrick’s verse. Afterwards, they cracked the mic for a 16 minute freebie.
Big Sean swung by Hot 97 the other day to kick it with Flex. During his visit, he kicked a flow over Bleu Davinci’s “Streets On Lock”. Hall Of Fame hits the streets August 27.
Ace Hood visited Hot 97 this evening to plug his album, Trials & Tribulations. During the chat, Flex requested a freestyle and Ace accepted.
J.Cole’s in the Big Apple and swung by Hot 97 to kick it with Flex. And over some classic instrumentals, Cole decides to bless the mic with a freestyle. Born Sinner is now available here.
Talib Kweli visited Flex this evening to plug his Prisoner Of Conscious. Flex threw on Mobb Deep’s “Quiet Storm” and Talib took it from there. Album in stores now. Interview with Angie below.
During Mac Miller’s visit to Hot 97 yesterday, he accepted Flex’s request to go digital on the mic. Here’s how he did. Worth watching with the sound on.
56 songs? 3.4 hours? Funk Flex’s new mixtape is a lot to digest. But the new App King’s star-studded release deserves to be reviewed so who better to do it than the GOAT himself? Here’s my track by track breakdown of what the Hot 97 Pitbull brought us. No easy task.
Flex makes his return to the mixtape game and it’s more than just 60 Minutes Of Funk. The two-part tape includes half of the industry and is available on his iTunes and Android mobile app. Peep the titles below. UPDATE: NR provides the zip file. Download here