Funkmaster Flex, DJ Red Alert & Chuck Chillout Hit Airwaves With 5 Hours Of Master-Mixes (Audio)

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For Funkmaster Flex’s Christmas Eve show (December 24) Wednesday night on HOT 97, the Bronx, New York DJ invited some of his peers and inspirations to the Manhattan studios. Hip-Hop pioneers Kool DJ Red Alert and Chuck Chillout joined Flex for five hours of merry Hip-Hop from three icons of the cut.

In addition to Red Alert’s legendary ad-libs and styles, Heads can hear a buffet of break-beats, Spoonie Gee, Whodini (with a dedication to the late Larry Smith), and more. By the third hour (as it is tracked out), the mix gets into step with Hip-Hop, hitting the 1988-1994 pocket, where all three of these men played such a massive factor together.

Three Bronx legends playing classic records, making radio feel like its everything it could be…what a holiday gift this moment in time is.

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