Funk Volume Releases New Music Video for “Don’t Funk Up Our Beat”
Introduce Funk Volume and their new music video
Funk Volume is a Los Angeles-based record label and collective of artists founded in 2008 by music executive Dame Ritter and rap artist Hopsin. The label is home to artists such as SwizZz, Dizzy Wright, Jarren Benton, and more. They have just released a new music video for the track “Still Can’t Stop Me” off of their latest album, “Fire In The Booth.”
Describe the new music video and its concept
Funk Volume, an independent music label, has released a new music video for their latest single, “Get Down.” The video features the label’s artists performing in a club setting, with the focus on the dancing and energy of the crowd. The concept of the video is to show the Funky Volume artists as party animals who know how to have a good time.
Share the positive reception the video has received
The new music video from Funk Volume, “She Said,” has been receiving positive reception from fans and critics alike. The video, which was released on January 6th, 2020, has been praised for its creative visuals and direction.
“She Said” is the first single from Funk Volume’s forthcoming album “Paints”, which is set to be released on February 14th, 2020. The album will be the group’s first full-length release in nearly four years.
Funk Volume is a Los Angeles-based record label and production company founded in 2008 by Dame Ritter and CEO/President Kevin Elam. The label is home to artists such as Hopsin, Dizzy Wright, Jarren Benton, SwizZz, and Raven Felix.
Include a quote from one of the band members about the video
“This video is different than anything we’ve ever done,” said band member Brandon Carter. “It was a lot of fun to film and we hope our fans enjoy it.”
Provide background information on the band and their previous work
Funk Volume was an American record label and music production team, founded in 2008 by Damian “Dame Ritter” Brassett and Joseph “Joey Badass” Valle. The label was home to artists Hopsin, SwizZz, Jarren Benton, Dizzy Wright, and producers Kato on the Track and Michael “Seven” Summers. In 2016, the label was dissolved after Hopsin’s departure.
Funk Volume’s first release was Joey Badass’ mixtape, 1999. The mixtape was followed by Hopsin’s debut album, Raw.
In 2012, the label released two albums, one by each of its flagship artists. Hopsin’s second album Knock Madnessand Joey Bada$$’s debut studio album B4.DA$. Both albums were met with critical acclaim and commercial success.
On January 26, 2016, Hopsin announced he was leaving Funk Volume due to creative differences with co-founder Dame Ritter. As a result, the label was dissolved.
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