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Album: Nuttin' But Flavor - EP

Artist: Funk Flex

  • Genre: Dance
  • Release Date: 2005
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 6

  • Copyright: ℗ 2005 Nervous, Inc.

Tracklist For Nuttin' But Flavor - EP By Artist Funk Flex

Title Artist Time
Six Million Ways to Die (Club Funk Flex 3:44 USD 1.29
Six Million Ways to Die (Vocal Funk Flex 3:42 USD 1.29
Nuttin' But Flavor (Vocal Mix) Funk Flex 4:17 USD 1.29
Safe Sex, No Freaks Funk Flex 4:06 USD 1.29
Butterfly Style - It's Yours 9 Funk Flex 4:22 USD 1.29
Butterfly Style (Club Mix) Funk Flex 3:15 USD 1.29

Reviews For Nuttin' But Flavor - EP By Artist Funk Flex

  • come on

    By iffer2377
    I would LOVE to see the whole album.....
  • Sadly, Incomplete

    By mesomorphicman
    Wow, what a disappointment, I was going to buy a couple songs, but they're absent. This isn't the complete EP, the original vinyl 12" had two freestyle on the b-side; one by Biggie Smalls the other Craig Mack. The Biggie one is very good, but just him rapping Unbelievable over the Mad Lion - Take It Easy track, but the Craig Mack freestyle is great, shame both are not here - guess Bad Boy wouldn't give the rights. I always found those freestyles telling of Craigs woes at Bad Boy, Puffy is there and praises and makes excuses for Biggies lack of ability to actually freestyle and that he must do a pre-recorded song (Unbelievable). However Puffy berates Craig for his freestyle ("That's not how Bad Boy represents" he says). Biggie was clearly his favorite and even though Craig gave a good effort to actually freestyle it wasn't good enough for the egotistical boss-man. Anyway, I was hoping to get clean CD quality versions of those, but no haps, I'll make do with my self done vinyl made mp3's.
  • I like...

    By Gramulator
    how he raps.
  • poop sack

    By erc110591
    i have poopie in my nutsack

    By Dj Static
    I first got this EP back in 1995. I bought because it had Biz Markie and ODB on it. This was my first time listening to Funkmaster Flex. I was very impressed with his style of production. The best track, by far, is Six Million Ways To Die (Club Mix). Outstanding.

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