|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|3||Paris Latino||3||Audio||2003-09-01||Schallpark Recordings|
|4||Mamasita||3||Audio||2004||On The Beat|
|5||Toca Me||6||Audio||2009-06-05||Creme Royale|
|6||Mamasita||3||Audio||2004||Hit 'N' Hot Music|
|8||Shy Girl||4||Audio||Silver Edge Records|
|9||Mamasita||3||Audio||2004-12-08||On The Beat|
|10||Ritmo Deluxe||12||Audio||2004||SchallPark Recordings|
|11||Mamasita||5||Audio||2003||New Music International|
The typical Flexy sound is a mixture of Latino-Pop, Italo-House and oriental influences combined with sounds of the 80s and 90s. Flexy's music represents the variety of the different european cultures in a colourful way.
Flexys first labor of love called "Paris Latino" was released in the summer 2003 as a cover version of Bandoleros 1983er track. Paris Latino was a massive hit in the German and European clubs and the beginning of Flexys track record. The second single "Mamasita" was licensed all across Europe including the United Kingdom. In the United States it reached peak position 5 in the important Billboard Dance Charts/Club play and is now going to be released in USA by Moda/Casablanca/Universal.