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The Mix Tape, Vol. 3: 60 Minutes of Funk, The Final Chapter Explicit Lyrics, Import
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|1. Freestyle Over Chic Good Times Instrumental/Take Me To The Mardi Gras Instrumental - Busy Bee|
|2. Here We Go - Khadejia|
|3. Freestyle Over Mobb Deep Give Up The Goods (Just Step) Instrumental - DMX|
|4. Freestyle Over Raekwon Incarcerated Scarfaces Instrumental - Charli Baltimore/Cam'ron|
|5. Ain't No Nigga - Jay Z|
|6. Freestyle Over Wu-Tang Clan MGM Instrumental - Ice Cube/Mack 10|
|7. Freestyle Over Instrumental - KRS-One|
|8. Wild For The Night - Rampage|
|9. Thug Brothers - Big Punisher/Noreaga|
|10. Freestyle Over Instrumental - Mos Def|
|11. Prime Time - Tha Alkaholiks/Xzibit|
|12. Freestyle Over Xzibit Los Angeles Times Instrumental - Common|
|13. Freestyle Over Raekwon Ice Cream Instrumental - Canibus|
|14. Freestyle Over Wu-Tang Clan-Triumph Instrumental - Missy Elliott|
|15. Freestyle Over Mona Lisa Instrumental - Slick Rock|
|16. Show Down - Buckshot/Q-Tip|
|17. Do That - Cocoa Brovas|
|18. Shook Ones Pt. II - Mariah Carey|
|19. Freestyle Over Wu-Tang Clan-It's Yourz Instrumental - King Sun|
|20. Freestyle Over Instrumental - Gang Starr|
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On the third and final installment of his 60 Minutes of Funk series, celebrity DJ Funkmaster Flex once again cuts together classic tracks and recent favorites with exclusive freestyle sessions by the biggest names in rap. Flex acts partly as hip-hop editor--smoothly compiling the best and trimming away the rest--and partly as team manager, inspiring top performances from his talented roster. No wonder, then, that Flex's Mix Tape feels like a fast-paced all-star game in which top players take turns getting wild, strutting their stuff, and having fun. With this feast for the short-attention-spanned rap fan, Flex retires from mix tapes while still in top form. As long as rap stays largely a singles genre, though, mix tapes will remain the best value in hip-hop. --Roni Sarig --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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KRS-One over Instrumental. The inst. isnt spectacular, but KRS can flow over any beat
Mos Def over Instrumental. Mos Def is one of my favorites, and the beat was dope and fun.
Common over LA Times. Common rhymes superior on every cut he does, and this Xzibit beat wasnt too bad.
King Sun over Its Yourz. King Sun isnt anything special, just another WU descendant. Its Yourz has a dope beat though.
That S%*t peformed by Q-Tip & JD of SV. Just a relaxed song. Decent lyrics, decent beat.
Erykah Badu over Hell on Earth. Just cuz of the tight beat.
Shimmy Shimmy Ya performed by ODB. A hilarious song, makes me laugh every time. Good song, not to take seriously.
Jump Around performed by House of Pain. One of the best party songs ever. Gets me jumpin' everytime.
OPP peformed by Naughty by Nature. Decent song. A good addition.
Note: Flex missed too many dope emcees on the three installments of the mix tape. Someone should do one with all the underground, dope, talented emcees, and forget about adding Noreaga, DMX or Jay-Z on a mix tape. You should be able to rhyme to make it onto a decent mix tape.