RyattFienix Ft. Dizzy Wright – Don’t Be Shy (Prod. By SupaHotBeats)

RyattFienix Ft. Dizzy Wright – Don’t Be Shy (Prod. By SupaHotBeats)

Instagram followers of RyattFienix have seen her behind the scenes photos for the upcoming video of “Don’t Be Shy.” Seeing the very beautiful singer on set was a perfect appetizer before hearing the song itself. Ryatt’s strong vocals carry well over the Will Power production. Dizzy Wright comes in and delivers too. Don’t be shy, click play and enjoy it. Previously: Video: RyattFienix – Tattoo Love (Prod. By SupaHotBeats) Follow @SermonsDomain

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Dizzy Wright – No Writer’s Block, I Like To Rap (Prod. By 6ix)

Dizzy Wright – No Writer’s Block, I Like To Rap (Prod. By 6ix)

We as fans should love when a rapper reaches a milestone online. For Dizzy Wright, it was surpassing 300,000 likes on Facebook. Going the distance, and proving he writer’s block doesn’t exist to him, he unleashes this new joint produced by VMG’s 6ix. “No Writer’s Block, I Like To Rap” is that thoughtful and deep rooted Dizzy that gets real personal and tosses out inspiration like always. Previously: Review: Funk Volume – Independent Living Documentary Follow @SermonsDomain

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Review: Funk Volume – Independent Living Documentary

Review: Funk Volume – Independent Living Documentary

“I started getting smarter and smarter and realized I didn’t need a record deal in the first place. I had everything I needed.” – Hopsin Funk Volume, the label created by Hopsin and Damien Ritter, has become something of an underground powerhouse. You won’t see them on 106 & Park debuting videos, or even appearing on a DJ Khaled compilation. However, if you take a moment to enter their world, you’ll see how they move with an unstoppable force. Their fanbase can rival that of a mainstream artist and tours sell out in every city. We’ve seen this formula many… continue reading

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Video: Dizzy Wright Ft. Wyclef Jean – We Turned Out Alright

For releasing a free project like The Golden Age, Dizzy Wright has sure treated it like an album with a continuous roll-out of videos. Being that the project was over 20 songs, it’s easy for some that appear earlier in the track listing to become favorites, while one like “We Turned Out Alright” might not be at the height of it. That’s what the video is for: to show everyone how good this collaboration with Wyclef is. More inspirational lyrics to live by. Directed by John Colombo. Previously: Video: Snow Tha Product Ft. Dizzy Wright – Hopeless Follow @SermonsDomain

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Video: Dizzy Wright – Tellem My Name

What’s his name? D-I-Z-Z-Y, right! In his latest video off The Golden Age, Dizzy Wright introduces himself even more to his fans and new wandering minds with “Tellem My Name.” The visual has him hitting the streets with the old school microphone and rapping his portions, and it’s presented by Rocksmith. Previously: Video: Dizzy Wright Ft. Honey Cocaine & Kid Ink – Fashion Follow @SermonsDomain

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Video: Dizzy Wright Ft. Honey Cocaine & Kid Ink – Fashion

Dizzy Wright’s The Golden Age is an example of all around cohesive free album. Songs like “World Peace” and “Still Movin’” were here to motivate the listener and provide positive efforts, while a record like “Fashion” is catered to that market of being “fresh as fuck.” Honey Cocaine and Kid Ink are two other artists that fit perfectly into the record and video’s concept. Directed by Armen Soudjian. Previously: Video: Dizzy Wright – World Peace Follow @SermonsDomain

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