Heds & Dreds: A History of Funkmaster Flex + Dancehall

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Back in 1993, he teamed up with rapper 9 Double M (later known as N.I.N.E.) for “Six Million Ways To Die,” which sampled and took its title from Cutty Ranks‘ infamous line from “A Who Seh Me Dun.” The track was produced by Flex’s longtime radio sidekick—and future superproducer—Salaam Remi, who told us the story behind the record in our “Salaam Remi Breaks Down 10 of His Classic Records” feature.

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