Logic – Homicide (feat. Eminem) (Official Audio)

Earlier this month, two of the most lyrically inclined hip hop artists collaborated and dropped a song called homicide. Logic and Eminem threw all sorts of lyrical acrobats on this track and went crazy on the beat. Towards the end of the track it sounds like a horrible impersonation of a rapper rapping, but it actually is. Comedian Chris D’Elia impersonated Em in one of his comedy skits, and Eminem and Logic decided to add it to the end of the song, which is hilarious.

Ice Cube – “Fire Water” – A Live Spoken Word Performance

Cubes solo version of the piece, filmed on a downtown Los Angeles rooftop and part of our ongoing hip-hop performance series. With a fierce flow, Cube rises above the 2018 BS to address Hollywood, the music industry and his place in the game. “Don’t you know, my truth is a dare/It’s the cyclops with the eye drops,” he raps.

MEEK MILL – FUNK FLEX

The Philly-native’s strong return rolls on. Less than a week after releasing his comeback Championships LP, Meek Mill stopped by Hot 97 to talk shop with Funkmaster Flex and of course, in true Meek fashion, the Philly-native delivered a menacing freestyle.

Wiz Khalifa 420 Freestyle

A few days ago Wiz Khalifa quietly dropped off this freestyle on youtube along with the following message: “One of the rawest freestyles from Wiz in a long time. Strictly for the Taylors. Rolling Papers 2 coming soon. Taylor Gang or Die.” He’s got some dope bars in there, and it’s the classic smooth flow we’re used to hearing from Wiz. Great way to get in the spirit for the coming holiday this month!

Nipsey Hussle Freestyle on Hot 97 Funk Flex Show

On the heels of his acclaimed new LP, Victory Lap, Los Angeles rapper Nipsey Hussle pulled up at Hot 97 in NYC to promote the album on the Funk Flex show. You can always expect some street knowledge from Nipsey, especially when you put him on Nas’s “If I Ruled the World,” beat. Watch the clip below and see why Nipsey remains one of the hottest rappers in the game right now!

Black Thought Kills 10 Minute Freestyle On Funk Flex

Even mediocre emcees usually bring their A game for their “freestyles” on Funk Flex’s show on Hot 97 in NYC, but it’s a rare treat when Flex brings in a straight up legend like Black Thought of The Roots. Thought rose to the occasion with a flawless 10 minutes of heat off the top of the dome reminding the entire world why he should always be brought up in the top 5 dead or alive conversation. We pity the fool who has to follow up this on Freestyle #88 on Funk Flex’s Show next.

Papoose Freestyles on Funk Flex

Legendary lyricist Papoose dropped by Funk Flex’s show on Hot 97 in NYC for a freestyle. The veteran MC goes in on Wu Tang’s C.R.E.A.M. beat for over six minutes, touching on conspiracy theories, the state of hip hop, the streets and more, all the while dropping clever punchlines with crazy rhyme schemes. Enjoy!

FRED THE GODSON FREESTYLES ON FLEX

New York hip hop is taking back over on the mainstream and underground. Fred the Godson dropped by Hot’ 97 to drop a super hot freestyle on the Funk Flex show. Next time someone’s complaining about the lack of bars in 2017 show them this.

Vic Mensa Freestyles On Funk Flex

Vic Mensa has been popping up on talk shows and radio shows everywhere in support of his new album The Autobiography. He showed up at Hot 97 in New York and dropped this super hot freestyle. Vic experiments a lot, but at the end of the day there’s many young MC’s that can rival his bars. Check it out!

Cory Gunz Freestyle on Funk Flex Hot 97

We haven’t heard much from Cory Gunz, but it’s clear he hasn’t fallen off. He stopped by Hot 97 in NYC to murder this 5 plus minute freestyle with some of the hottest bars we’ve heard this year. Funk Flex has been on a roll with dope guests as of late, and this one has us looking forward to seeing what Cory has in store for this year.

Mysonne Kills Freestyle on Funk Flex

NY Rapper Mysonne popped up seemingly out of nowhere to get on Funk Flex’s show and spit and insane freestyle for almost the whole 8 minute clip. It’s clear that the veteran MC isn’t feeling a lot of the new rappers out today, and he goes off with subliminal and overt disses and some amazing punch lines. This one is a must watch!

The Game – “All the way Up” Breakfast Bars Freestyle

The Game keeps it G 100% of the time. He recently stopped by Power 106 to spit some ‘Breakfast Bars.’ He killed the freestyle over Fat Joe and Remy Ma’s “All the way Up” instrumental, and managed to keep the blunt lit at the same time. His heyday may have passed but The Game has still got it. Enjoy!

 
 
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