The verbally vicious Young M.A. drops by to absolutely annihilate a pair of beats that kicks off with Casanova’s “So Brooklyn.” Man, HERstory in the Making can’t come soon enough. Drops on September 27th.
Freeway is joined by Pain In Da Ass (or, Mr. “Okay, I’m Reloaded”) when he blesses the mic for Funkmaster Flex and delivers a dope freestyle. Freeway’s new album Think Free drops on June 8th.
Mickey Factz is the next up to bat to freestyle with Funkmaster Flex. Factz takes on “Nas Is Like” for over eight minutes. Worth your time.
Some rappers go on the Funkmaster Flex show and handle themselves pretty well. But then there’s Black Thought. If there was any question regarding his legendary spot in the hip hop hierarchy, this 10 minute blackout session should alleviate your concerns.
The RZA stopped by Funkmaster Flex’s show to absolutely go bananas for nine minutes over three different instrumentals. Watch and behold.
Papoose proceeds to go ape for 7 minutes while appearing on Funkmaster Flex’s show. The beat of choice is Wu-Tang Clan’s “C.R.E.A.M.” and Pap puts in work.
Freestyle extraordinaire Loaded Lux drops by the Funkmaster Flex show to bless the microphone with an absolutely vicious string of bars. This is next level rhyming.
Vic Mensa’s freestyles have become some kind of legend in hip hop. He hasn’t failed us yet and he doesn’t fail us now as the former Kids These Days emcee puts in work over the instrumental to Noreaga’s “Banned From TV” on Funkmaster Flex’s show.
Action Bronson flexed (pun intended) over the instrumental to Jay-Z’s “A Million & One Questions” while appearing on Funkmaster Flex’s show. Oh, he also urged his label to drop Blue Chips 7000.
Bars. Sometimes we take them for granted. But when it comes to Conway and Benny, bars are at a premium as the two Griselda emcees deliver a furious barrage of them when they appear on Funkmaster Flex’s show to freestyle their heads off over the instrumentals for Wu Tang’s “Triumph” and Jay Z’s “Dynasty” intro.