Dizzy Wright On Funk Volume: "I don't Think Hopsin Really Struck With Me Like"
"I have a lot of love for Hopsin," Dizzy says.
Los Angeles, CA - Dizzy Wright get honest with that grow on the Radio about the Funk Volume of precipitation and its relationship with FV founder of Hopsin, who broke away from the label earlier this year.
"I don't think Hopsin really struck with me like that," the 702 rapper says.
Dizzy says that during the time we have been a team, Hop rarely made an effort to get in the studio with him. Only cooked up in the lab two times.
Despite the tension, Dizziness reiterates throughout the interview that the most important thing to him is loyalty. This is something he says he is relentlessly shown to Hop, no matter how many rival MCs he dissed.
"I have a lot of love for Hopsin, and that's because I put my loyalty first when it comes to him," he says. "It has been a lot of shit that Hop did that I is not rock, that I am not going to the social media and the explosion of a black or not to call a black person without a little bit of the names. As, you know, I just know that niggas are what they are and are going to grow, how they grow."
Dizzy Wright previously spoke with HipHopDX's editor-in-chief solely on the division by saying that its in part due to the lack of communication.
"Funk Volume is not in motion," he says. "Funk Volume is stagnant. I don't know what's going to happen with the name, how you are going to move forward in that way."
The 702 EP is Dizzy last version, and his first job in the tag division.
Watch Dizzy Wright interview with made in-House Radio below.