Top Test Best Things About Rae Sremmurd's No Flex Zone

This list honors the song No Flex Zone by Rae Sremmurd for a lot of great things about the song.

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1Properly executed repetition

No, the repetition is mind-numbing, treble-heavy, and out of sync with itself. It's especially grating on the hook, where not only does it feel weirdly off-rhythm, it also swells up. - WonkeyDude98

Not all repetition of songs is bad. This one moves the song forward. - SelfDestruct

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2Cool beat

Aside from the percussion (which was in desperate need of some bass or reverb that the song does not have), the only thing in the beat is this creepy three-note synth that never stops. It's not cool, it's boring. - WonkeyDude98

3Produced by Mike will Made ItV1 Comment
4Funny voices

That's not funny, it's insufferable. - WonkeyDude98

5Great club jamV1 Comment
6Awesome flow

I'll give it this: it actually has some kind of rhythm, albeit barely. - WonkeyDude98

7Best song of 2014V1 Comment
8Will be remembered for a very long time

No, no one remembers it even now, and if they do it's just to laugh at it. - WonkeyDude98

9Nowhere near as bad as Kendrick Lamar

Because Kendrick Lamar actually has the decency to make songs that don't sound like farts and have vocals that sound like middle school teenagers sang them?
Oh yeah, Kendrick > Ear Drummers. - Swellow

10Follows its own roots

No Flex Zone is a song that was made from scratch. Unlike other typical club songs, this song does not have names of famous makers of expensive products. Rae Sremmurd also got their own awesome flow made by themselves. - SelfDestruct

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Top Remixes

1. Properly executed repetition
2. Cool beat
3. Produced by Mike will Made It
1. Follows its own roots
2. Nowhere near as bad as Kendrick Lamar
3. Will be remembered for a very long time



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