Volume IV Funk Flex Hip-Hop/Rap Music 2000 New Songs Albums Artists Singles Videos Musicians Remixes Image

Album: Volume IV

Artist: Funk Flex

  • Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap
  • Release Date: 2000
  • Explicitness: cleaned
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 26

  • Copyright: ℗ 2000 Loud Records LLC

Tracklist For Volume IV By Artist Funk Flex

Title Artist Time
Intro/Funkmaster Flex (featuri Funk Flex 0:56 USD Album Only
Do You/Funkmaster Flex (featur Funk Flex 3:56 USD Album Only
I Don't Care/Funkmaster Flex ( Funk Flex 3:13 USD Album Only
How Would You Like It/Funkmast Funk Flex 3:53 USD Album Only
Come Over/Funkmaster Flex (fea Funk Flex 3:30 USD Album Only
The Wickedest/DJ Mister Cee (f Funk Flex 2:38 USD Album Only
Born True Interlude Funk Flex 0:35 USD Album Only
Ante Up (Robbin Hoodz Theory) Funk Flex 3:34 USD Album Only
Words Are Weapons/Funkmaster F Funk Flex 4:07 USD Album Only
The Needle/Funkmaster Flex (fe Funk Flex 2:23 USD Album Only
Call Me Drag-On/ Funkmaster Fl Funk Flex 2:04 USD Album Only
Thug Anthem 2000/ Funkmaster F Funk Flex 0:43 USD Album Only
You Will Never Find/ Funkmaste Funk Flex 1:56 USD Album Only
Good Life/ Funkmaster Flex (fe Funk Flex 3:49 USD Album Only
"Did She Say" So So Def Remix/ Funk Flex 2:29 USD Album Only
Rockin/ Funkmaster Flex (featu Funk Flex 4:02 USD Album Only
What Son What/ Funkmaster Flex Funk Flex 5:24 USD Album Only
Feelin the Hate/ Funkmaster Fl Funk Flex 4:10 USD Album Only
Uhhnnh/ Funkmaster Flex (featu Funk Flex 1:26 USD Album Only
Bad/ Funkmaster Flex (featurin Funk Flex 1:54 USD Album Only
Block Lockdown/ Funkmaster Fle Funk Flex 4:24 USD Album Only
Break Da Law 2001/ Funkmaster Funk Flex 3:05 USD Album Only
Duck Down/ Funkmaster Flex (fe Funk Flex 2:16 USD Album Only
Fine Line/ Funkmaster Flex (fe Funk Flex 2:43 USD Album Only
Rush/ Funkmaster Flex (featuri Funk Flex 4:05 USD Album Only
Freestyle/ DJ Clue Presents Fa Funk Flex 0:58 USD Album Only

Reviews For Volume IV By Artist Funk Flex

  • ?

    By Bailey Bo$$
    Where’s the explicit version
  • 90 Hip-Hop

    By undergroundlover
    When the radio and Hip-Hop were great to listen too, the golden Era of rap. Thank you for finally releasing this album. Also it says censored version I believe if I am not mistaken by the lower case c next to the tracks. I almost did not buy, but when I previewed the tracks it has explicit language and they are also explicit after you download them. So basically this CD is legit!!!

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