I will start a new segment on IFWT called “IFWT Lets The People Speak”, that will let the public sound off about current events, send a 300 word(your own words) or more essay with your own pics/video, and your social media accounts to [email protected], and we’ll get it up, how does that feel??
Tune In Right Now as Bobby Trends & TT Torrez take over the airwaves filling in for Funk Flex. You definitely want to get used to these hearing these 2 on the box & in the streets & make sure you’re tuned in ASAP/Now. #NewTeamInTown
The Wu is giving their fans what they want and that is new music. Listen to their new record “Ruckus In B Minor” Produced by RZA and Rick Rubin. Their new album “A Better Tomorrow” will be released December 2n2 via Warner Bros. Listen below.
Yes sir! We have another #IFWT exclusive for you! InFlexWeTrust is giving away an autographed boxing glove signed by Bernard Hopkins & Sergey Kovalev. Hopkins vs. Kovalev takes place this Saturday, Nov. 8th live on HBO beginning at 10:45pm ET/PT. More details after the jump…
Legendary DJ Funk Flex has teamed with publishing giant Simon & Schuster and Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Karen Hunter to release a book of untold stories about the late Notorious B.I.G. An instrumental part of Biggie’s early success, Funk Flex actually gave Biggie his very first major interview on Hot 97 back in June of 1994, which you can listen to here. “The song “Who Shot Ya” was originally an intro for Mary J. Blige’s album,” Flex reveals in an excerpt from the book. “Uptown/MCA said it was too hard. The song in its original form had a verse from Big, Keith Murray and LL Cool J, though LL never did his verse. The song still exists!” In another excerpt, Flex reveals how Biggie and Nas met, per Lil Cease:
Maino is currently being sought out by the NYPD for questioning, after an adult film star accused him of assaulting her inside of his truck after they partied at Griffin on Monday night with Drake, Ashanti, JR Smith and more. According to the police report filed by the porn star, Mellanie Monroe, “he started punching her and fled,” but I spoke directly to Maino and her story has quite a few holes in it. Maino explains he met Mellanie about a year and a half ago on Twitter, and they exchanged phone numbers at the time. Though they’ve briefly text messaged since then, they hadn’t actually met until the party on Monday night. Prior to meeting and even that night, what was supposed to transpire between them was always quite clear – nothing more, nothing less. While in the club, both Maino and Mellanie were on the same page, made evident from what she was saying in text messages to him, and after the party, the “after-party” was supposed to be good to go. It wasn’t the same story once they got into their awaiting SUV, however.
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The Lox are back with a new joint entitled “No Selfies”! Take a listen after the jump!