Big Sean stops by Funk Flex and drops bars in #Freestyle041 right before his new album #iDecided drops!

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Mone Corleone on Flex

Straight out of Queens, Mone Corleone, graces the Mic on Freestyle #035 with Funk Flex!



A$AP Ferg dropped his sophomore album Always Strive and Prosper back in April, and the project featured a song titled “Uzi Gang” featuring Lil Uzi Vert and Marty Baller. Today, the visual for the collab has finally been released. The action-packed visual is in black-and-white and features the three rappers visiting a punk venue, performing and partaking in the crowd-surfing and circle mosh pits. Watch it below and stay tuned for more from the Fergenstein.

Watch the official music video for “Double Body Bag” by Curly Savv & Dah Dah.

Curly Savv & Dah Dah’s “First Quarter” is available now!
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The dynamic duo stops through Flex to show off their skills!

Hold up. Is J. Cole talking about Kanye West on his new track “False Prophets,” taken from his just-announced album 4 Your Eyez Only? That’s the word among lyric dissection experts, who have been hitting Twitter with the quickness to theorize that a sizable portion of the Freddie Joachim-produced track sees Cole directly addressing the trajectory of West’s (largely unmatched) career.

Seemingly written from the perspective of Cole as a fan of West’s earlier work, the timing of “False Prophets” seems unfortunate at best. After all, West did just spend a week in the hospital after canceling the rest of his Saint Pablo tour amid rumors that he’s battling mental health issues.

Young M.A.’s video for her “Eat” freestyle is here with the Brooklyn rapper showcasing her lyrical skills over Lox’s “Money, Power Respect.”

The visual has Young M.A. teaming up once again with her “Ooouuu” video director a piece by guy and features an up close view of the rapper as she spits. The dim-lit, in your face style pairs perfectly with the confessional nature of the song as Young M.A. is open and vulnerable about going up against hatred and bias in her life.

There’s no fuss and or over production, allowing the video to focus entirely on Young M.A.’s talents as an MC. It should be noted that Young M.A. is listed as a co-director of the visual along with a piece by guy, which shows her range beyond just rapping. Check out the video below.