Funkmaster Flex

Known for dropping bombs, raucous interviews and his crazy mixing skills, Funkmaster Flex has remained one of the most prominent DJs in hip hop for over a decade.  His show on Hot 97 attracts the hottest people in the industry and millions of listeners each week.  But not only does he have a name in the world of hip hop, the self-proclaimed "King Pin" has a buzz in the automative industry as well.  his passion for cars and talent for customization has earned him shows on MTV2, Spike and ESPN.  His skills are so ill that he even customizes cars for Ford and hosts an annual eight-city Funkmaster Flex Custom Car and Bike Show Tour.  Currently on MTV2 for his show, Funk Flex Full Throttle, New York's number one DJ keeps us entertained while combining his two passions: customized cars and the hip hop.

The Latest on Funkmaster Flex

  • ALL



  • NEWS

Rick Ross Willing to Bet $100,000 on Heat Finishing Better Than Cavaliers

Rozay rides with Miami over LeBron James and Cleveland this season.

A Guide to Azealia Banks's Beefs

This Harlem MC is certainly battle-tested.

Funkmaster Flex to Release Book of Untold Stories About The Notorious B.I.G.

The famed Hot 97 DJ is collaborating with Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Karen Hunter for the project.

Remy Ma Wants to Collab With Iggy Azalea, Nicki Minaj

The BX rapper clears up "They Don't Love You No More (Remix)" hate rumors, says she'd rather get in the booth than diss her fellow artists. "They make it seem like there can only be one female," she said of the rap game.

Angie Martinez Opens Up About Leaving Hot 97, Joining Rival Station

Radio host says signing on with Power 105.1 is about "growth potential."

Update: Angie Martinez Resigns From Hot 97

"The Voice of New York" announces her departure, says she is ready to "grow and to be challenged in new ways."
  • page
  • of 6