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.
The whole idea of Funkmaster Flex’s ‘5 Minutes of Funk” has been tossed aside as the DJs are just going to work and disregarding any time limits. That’s good because DJ Roli Rho goes nuts for over 12 minutes in this latest installment.
DJ Boogie Blind is the next DJ up to bat for Funkmaster Flex’s #5MinutesOfFunk. But forget the five minute rule, Boogie Blind goes nuts for 15 minutes.
J.I.D. torments instrumentals for “F.A.Y.B.A.N.” and “Who Shot Ya?” while making an appearance on Funkmaster Flex’s show. Any doubters need to reconsider their position.
Just Blaze is the next to step up to the Funkmaster Flex “5 Minutes of Funk” challenge and proceeds to bless the wheels of steel with a series of classic breakbeats that will have the b-boys going crazy. Indulge and enjoy.
G Herbo drops by Funkmaster Flex’s show to deliver some bars over Cam’ron’s “I Really Mean It” instrumental.
Funk Flex presents “5 Minutes of Funk”. Every week, Funk Flex will invite an elite DJ to scratch, blend and show some of their skill set. The first guest is none other than Statik Selektah, who proceeds to deliver that goodness.
It’s hard to believe that it has been 17 long years since the passing of Big Pun. But Chris Rivers will carry on his father’s tradition into the new frontier and his latest obliteration of the microphone on Funkmaster Flex’s freestyle series.
Watch as Termanology burns the studio down when he appears on Funkmaster Flex and destroys freestyle #030.
Hip Hop’s first family of rhyme show up and show out on Funkmaster Flex’s freestyle series and bless the instrumentals for “NY State of Mind” and “Where I’m From.”