Funk Volume Turns Up With Fresh, Thoughtful Dizzy Wright & Hopsin Freestyles (Videos)

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Funk Volume continues to dig in their foot-hold in the Hip-Hop game. While Hopsin and Dizzy Wright are polar opposites in many ways, they both uphold this time-tested truth: say somethin’ when you touch the microphone.

Stopping through Tim Westwood’s London booth at the BBC, each MC blazes up with bars that don’t just sound good. Dizzy Wright continues to be at the forefront of high-profile MCs discussing police brutality and lack of social justice in Ferguson, Missouri. Meanwhile, in a separate segment shot at the same time, Hop’ speaks to his comment-section haters, who think that his numbers, touring, and reach is a smokescreen.

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