Funk Volume rapper, Dizzy Wright, is back with a new song to celebrate reaching 300,000 followers on his official Facebook page. Wright decides to treat fans to a heartfelt song that features the rapper going to work over a slow and piano driven instrumental. Take as listen as Dizzy drops some introspective bars and touches on his grind to make it in the rap game.
Hopsin decides to lace fans with a new song titled “Have You Seen Me?” Recorded less than 24 hours ago, the Funk Volume emcee takes the opportunity to express some of his current struggles with life and fame. Take a listen to the heartfelt track as Hopsin bears his soul and vents his frustrations as he attempts to make sense of the world around him. “Have You Seen Me?” will not be on the rapper’s forthcoming Knock Madness.
Here’s some dope footage of Dizzy Wright recently performing in his hometown of Las Vegas. Check out the young rapper as he took the stage at Hard Rock Live and put on an energy packed show for fans that were in attendance for Wright’s Golden Age Tour. Take a look at the official recap visual which also showcases Dizzy and his Funk Volume crew stage diving and having extremely too much fun.
Dizzy Wright links up with HotNewHipHop for an exclusive look at the rapper’s recent travels to Sacramento for a recent stop on his “Golden Age Tour”. Cameras catch up with the Las Vegas bred artist in his hotel room as he lights up some weed and shares his thoughts on putting together a classic album for his next release. From the bedroom to the stage, Wright takes his show to the venue where his performance will be held and takes care of soundcheck before heading back to his hotel to watch Floyd Mayweather Jr.’s recent fight against Saul “Canelo” Alvarez. The rapper eventually finds himself back at his venue where he performs to a packed house and interacts with fans following his show.
Trademark Da Skydiver is finally back with some new music and today unveils his new single “Rite Nah” featuring Funk Volume emcee Dizzy Wright. Produced by Ti’Khari, Trade laces the hypnotizing instrumental with his signature slow flow about his hustle, real friends and of course love for the finest greenery. Recently, Jet Life founder Curren$y officially addressed rumors that Trademark had split from the crew, however, the New Orleans spitta clarified Mingo was busy in a cave writing raps and putting together the final touches on his upcoming Flamingo Barnes 2: Mingo Royale. Take a listen as Trademark opens up his verse with kicking rhymes about getting paid with or without phony homies and continues to drop lines throughout his verse about standing alone. It’s anyone’s guess at this point to really know if Trademark is still about that Jet Life, only time will tell.