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I bet it's cuz of how Flex said it. The past 5 years Flex has noticed the lack of (relatively new) NY artists getting that radio play to rep the region. He feels some type of way about it and reacts accordingly. Nothing wrong with that. Makes sense actually.

Future just need to stop being so sensitive.

It's strange though, last time I tried listening to Hot97 it was horrible as expected and it sounded like nothing but outta town music to me. Granted, I haven't bothered to listen to Flex's show which iirc starts around 7pm in ages.

Props is that's what he's doing.
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who still listens to the radio tho

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flex looked dumb from 2 outta towners (meek pump fake, drake diss) now he tryna recoup local support to lick his wounds

cute
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I agree with Flex... Mostly! I'm not a fan whatsoever of Future and most of what comes out of the South. That's a preference for myself though. I wish the larger markets had control over who they could play, but that's a dead issue. Someone mentioned the conglomerates taking over... Is Clear Channel still running the game? And when I say "... Mostly," I mean that New York should be able to play their local artists, but are those artists any good? The new cats vs the aging ones (Jay, 50, Fabo, etc), some of them aren't as good as the OG's. And I think that's why we have 40 year old rappers staying relevant because we need them. I was born in 1981 and I'll appreciate Fab on his worst days vs Future at his best. Future and the rest of these rappers are what's hot right now and it's what people want to hear. The radio stations have to cater to that crowd to draw in revenue.

While I agree wit FMF, I also agree with the stations needing to do what's best to keep the bills paid. NYC rappers gotta find a way to become as popular as Future to get that airplay.
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Future run the whole rap game. Flex just wanna see his hometown win, that's all. It ain't gonna happen, though.
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Future run the whole rap game. Flex just wanna see his hometown win, that's all. It ain't gonna happen, though.

Lol @ Future running rap.
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Future run the whole rap game. Flex just wanna see his hometown win, that's all. It ain't gonna happen, though.

Lol @ Future running rap.

I can't see how cats like Future with this autotune mumble rap sick.gif
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I can't see how cats like Future with this autotune mumble rap sick.gif

Agreed!!! @LOBCITY and @Sonoftony
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