Thursday, August 7, 2008

Funkmaster Flex

01. Yvette Michelle - Everyday And Everynight
02. Masters At Work - Get Up
03. Redman - Freestyle
04. Time Zone - Zulu War Chant
05. Akinyele - Loud Hangover
06. DJ Kool - 20 Minute Workout
07. A Tribe Called Quest - Award Tour
08. Erick Sermon - Freestyle
09. Mobb Deep - Shook Ones Pt. 1 w/ Wu-Tang Clan Ain't Nuthing Ta Fuck Wit
10. Raekwon - Incarcerated Scarfaces
11. Fugees - Freestyle
12. DJ Kool - 20 Minute Workout
13. Doug E Fresh - I-Ight
14. Fat Joe - Freestyle
15. Raekwon - Let's Be Specific
16. Hey Girlfriend Promo
17. Mark The 45 King - 900 Number
18. Brand Nubian - All For One
19. Showbiz & AG - Party Groove
20. Busta Rhymes - Freestyle
21. Mobb Deep - Give Up The Goods
22. Puff Daddy - Puff Daddy Promo
23. Rasta T - Freestyle
24. Q-Tip - Freestyle
25. DJ Kool - 20 Minute workout
26. Frankie Cutlass - Puerto Rico
27. Redman - Freestyle
28. Run DMC - Peter Piper
29. Eric B & Rakim - Eric B Is President
30. Biz Markie - Make The Music With Your Mouth
31. Biz Markie - Nobody Beats The Biz
32. Special Ed - I Got It Made
33. LL Cool J - Rock The Bells
34. Marley Marl - Droppin' Science
35. Kaotic Style - Freestyle
36. Krs One - Speech
37. Flex Outro

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Olskool4real said...

I rocked this jarn forever it seemed, this is classic in my book!!In fact this was one of my first CD's i purchased and it inspired me to look for more mixtapes now mind you there was these cats called the Cash Money Bros who released a mixtape back in like 93 or 94 about the time that the Scenario was out because that was the first time I had heard the Scenario remix with Hood, any way that was the first mixtape I had actually bought, before then I would just get them from the DJ's in the neighborhood!!But this was hot I liked the blend of freestyles and the ability to smoke for 60 min as Flex did on this jarn and the next 2 1-2 being the best of course!!Thanks

ejnord said...

I remember this mix too. Unfortunately, what I remember most was is the annoying shouting. Now, I likes me some tasteful shouting, but Flex pretty much ruined it for me.

Olskool4real said...

Yeah that was popular in New York where the DJ's were their own hypemen Kid Capri, Brucie B hell further back Love Bug Starski and etc. This hyped the party to the mixtape listener yes it was annoying that is why my favorite mixtape DJ was Tony Touch but today we have a different appreciation for the shouting!!!People are begging for Craig G S&S Doo Wop and yes Funk Flex!! I liked the freestyles he had some nice ones , then remembering at that time you had to dop that to hear it radios wasn't playing it so they were exclusives in fact other mixtapes was clipping bits off his album!! Technically it was the first of it's kind and we couldn't wait to see what was known as an underground treasure, sound like in the studio!!!I was still Nostalgic at that time in fact I converted the CD to cassette to play it in my walkmans, I hadn't given into CD's yet !!Imagine that!!

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