Upstate New York hip hop duo The Hoodies kick freestyles on Hot 97 with Funkmaster Flex.
In this appearance, they kicked freestyles on Funkmaster Flex's show as they did back in 2017.
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More About The Hoodies:
The Hoodies grew up in Ellenville, New York, a small town 90 minutes from New York City. Their mother, Tiffany, listened to hip-hop all the time, which eventually transpired to them to live within the hip hop culture, as well.
They came up with their name "Hoodies" after Trayvon Martin was killed. They believed that urban youth were being targeted for wearing hoodies. They decided right then and there to stand up and represent something that was perceived negatively and creating a positive spin on it.
In 2016, E-Class and Young Poppa created what they would eventually call the "In The Whip" freestyle series. They freestyled raps on camera and uploaded them on social media. The idea came from the two brothers freestyling in their mom’s car.
One of the freestyles went viral in October 2016, generating over 3 million views. After gaining recognition from the video, they received lots of attention on social media and even made an appearance on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show".
In addition, they also freestyled with members of The Lox: Jadakiss and Styles P.
On November 1, 2017, The Hoodies freestyled in a collaboration on Funkmaster Flex's Hot 97 radio show. The freestyle went viral, reaching over 3 million views in one day on Facebook and 200,000 views in three days on YouTube.