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.
Ruff Ryders affiliate Quadir Lateef puts the entire industry on notice with an absolutely bananas display of lyrical dexterity on the Statik Selektah produced “Exorcism.” Off of Quadir and Statik’s upcoming Ugly Face EP. Gotdamn.
Randy Reimer returns with another Statik Selektah produced joint that features the vocal linguistics of Slaine on “Roll Up.”
Another one from Statik Selektah’s A3C remix project. This one comes courtesy of Dave East’s “Stretched Out” with a touch of the Statik one’s flavor.
Statik Selektah takes a swing at remixing G-Eazy’s “Rebel” and the results are just as good as his crack at Action Bronson’s “Muslim Wedding.” Off of The Best of A3C (Remixed by Statik Selektah) project.
Termanology and KXNG Crooked revisit the Statik KXNG cut and give it a reprise.
Massachusetts very own Randy Reimer and Wade Barber tackle the very real and understated topic of opioid abuse in America with “Heroin Man” over a Statik Selektah production.
Statik Selektah serves Grafh with a banger of a beat for him to flex over on “Rah Rah”
The collective of Ill Bill, Slaine, Danny Boy and DJ Lethal are back after a four year hiatus with a new album on the way in the form of Master of the Dark Arts. The crew get an offering from Statik Selektah for their lead single “Stay True.”
Backed by a Statik Selektah production, Ras Kass drops his response to the recent deaths of Alton Sterling and Philando Castille with “Promised Land.”