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Album Review

Funkmaster Flex's The Mix Tape, Vol. 1 recalls hip-hop's past while pointing toward its future. Featuring a wide array of hip-hop styles graced by amazing freestyle raps by some of the '90s top MCs, the album sounds like a mixtape compiled from the radio and 7" singles — there's simply nothing but first-rate music, with no filler whatsoever. Although there are elements of old-school rap as well as modern funk, the daring production and stunning rhymes make The Mix Tape a rarity of mid-'90s hip-hop — it's a record that sounds like none of its competition. It announces itself as an instant classic.

Customer Reviews


Why can you not buy this as a complete album 1&3 you can or Pay a stupid amount for no. 2 so have just ordered cd for £1.50.

Why can't I buy this partial album?

This is probably one of the best out of the three mix tapes and to say you cannot buy the album as a whole is bollox!! I refuse to buy each individual track as this would be more expensive than getting a taxi up to my mates and stealing his cd! This is appalling I shall go to Spotify!!😡😡


Born: 05 August 1968 in New York, NY [The Bronx]

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Not since the early '80s when DJs such as Grandmaster Flash and Afrika Bambaataa were acknowledged as two of rap's most popular figures had a hip-hop DJ attained such prominent status among the masses as New York's Funkmaster Flex. Throughout the 1990s he reigned over New York's mammoth rap scene, capable of making or breaking artists with his high-profile position at the top-rated radio station in America's top radio market, Hot 97. By the mid-'90s, he was also the weekly DJ at one of New York's...
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