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Discussion in 'Music' started by brivera716, Apr 20, 2017.
I ain’t even going say nuffin
211 signed to Jeezy
Bored at work and ran through these old Wayne gems
Two of my favorite freestyles from him
Murdered this joint
That woulda been a cold signing for cole. wouldnt have even expected him to be on his radar.
you know bro or something?
Sammy Sosa Cormier looking *** *****
this ***** younger than me, can barely drink, looking like a UPS manager
go help out in retain *** *****...
No way thats Russy
Yeah that's my dawg. My mans. Functioned together, hoop together, watched him pack out *****s , that's my guy.
Which Simmons got ruffed up by a Slowbucks member?
Skullgang or what ever lol
Yet, you guys still give him attention and don't see what his motivation is. Flex learned how to play the game and remain relevant in a digital age.
Stirring up controvery/gossip isn’t going anywhere. I do understand. Flex is calculated.
He’s like a writer for the National Enquirer
G Perico, Mozzy, DrakeO the best “New” west coasters for me....
That guy y’all poster, Akright? GABBICH
Good beats, no quotables
Do you talk about DJ Clue?
Name some DJ's on Chicago or Houston's most popular urban radio station?
There's a reason Turkey69 became the most popular rapper last year.
Look like a skit
Whole game WWE
C’mon bro. Turkey69 only got popular do to his LGBTQ affiliation.
And, c’mon New York WAS/IS the biggest media market. Even with the advent of social media and new marketing tactics, it’s huge. Most of us don’t even know some of our local DJs but any hip hop fan over 27 years old knows who Funk Flex is. He’s been on our TVs, magazines and albums since we were kids. Shoot, bought some bum *** Lugz due to him.
Flex was getting endorsement deals and was doing TV and auto shows way back in the 90s and 2000s.
He’s a household name. He stamped. He the black Johnny Carson. But again, Flex is smart and knows how to stay relevant. No surprise here
I think that's flex ego, dude aint been relelvant in years but that radio job gon always be there just off his legacy (granted new DJs aint rly tryna do what they do).
At least he spoke on Nick obsession wit talking bout somebody girl
Nah bruh, you gotta take that L on your own
Man, 6th grade 1999... my lil old self REALLY asked my mom to cop me some Lugz. They was like $120... wore em twice. Think I gave them s**** to my cousin
Lugz was popular for a couple years in the mid 90s. Joints straight died right before Flex got his deal.