Waka Flocka Flame is about the least likely guest for Pitchfork TV’s Selector series, as you don’t think of him as a freestyler: He’s too monosyllabic for that. Which is why he’s one of the funniest guests in the history of the show, as he gets inked at a tattoo parlor, and says he raps hook to hook, he doesn’t freestyle. He then tries to freestyle over Lunice’s “The Good Kids,” before just ending up shouting a lot. Like his normal songs. The highlight is “Nas come holler at me. I’m lyrical, son!” Watch it:
Home Watch Waka Flocka Flame Freestyle On Pitchfork TV
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