MP3: Dizzy Wright – “No Writers Block, I Like To Rap” (Prod. By 6ix)

Dizzy Celebrates 300,000 Likes On Facebook By Releasing New Track



Critical Praise for Dizzy Wright:

Selected as one of XXL’s Freshmen Class of 2013

“Amazing.” –  MTV News

“Guess it’s fair to say we’ve been sleeping on Dizzy Wright.” – Complex

“Dizzy Wright is captivating the moment you hear him”Complex

The Song:

2013 continues to be a momentous year for independent hip-hop label Funk Volume, and a good deal of that success this year came courtesy of Dizzy Wright, who’s having a bit of a breakout year himself. The Las Vegas rapper, who signed with Funk Volume in 2012, was named to XXL’s 2013 Freshmen class, winning the fan-voted “People’s Champ” award; he released his new mixtape, The Golden Age, which has logged over 150,000 downloads to date; he co-headlined an Australian tour with label-mate Jarren Benton; and he headlined his own 45-city US tour. And so it’s fitting that with all of these accolades, Dizzy is able to celebrate the close of the year by giving something back to the fans that have supported him thus far with a new track, “No Writers Block, I Like To Write.”

Dizzy released the track today, to celebrate reaching 300,000 Likes on his Facebook Fan Page, and writing to fans, “Thank you for allowing me to be myself, I have amazing fans… I hope I give y’all the same motivation you give me.”

Listen to the song here:

Download The Golden Age here:


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Dizzy Wright Background:

Not many 21-year old rappers can say that they’ve been rapping for over a decade. Las Vegas, Nevada, Rapper Dizzy Wright began rapping at just 8 years old, in the group “DaFuture” with his brother and very close friend; his mother wrote his raps at the time. Dizzy broke through when he was discovered at the Sheikh Music “Rip the Mic” competition in 2010 and signed onto Funk Volume a few months later. In April 2012, Dizzy released his first Funk Volume album, SmokeOut Conversations, peaking at #2 on the iTunes Hip-Hop charts. He followed it up with a free mixtape, Free SmokeOut Conversations, which has been downloaded over 200,000 times, and helped propel Dizzy to his own national 30-city tour. In December 2012, Dizzy went on to release the first of four EPs, The First Agreement, which reached as high as #2 on the iTunes Hip-Hop chart. In March of 2013, Dizzy gathered enough votes to be selected as the “People’s Choice” member of the XXL Freshman Class of 2013. Dizzy recently released The Golden Age mixtape, and is currently on The Golden Age Tour. 

Funk Volume Background:

Funk Volume is a record label, marketing and production company founded to give hip hop artists a home to freely express themselves without feeling controlled or pressured by any other outside forces. Currently home to Hopsin, SwizZz, Dizzy Wright, Jarren Benton and DJ Hoppa, Funk Volume’s plan is to represent only the sickest, most talented, and most creative artists that we can find. The label’s objective is to produce music that it feel competes with any other artists or labels in the industry. Funk Volume is not a “movement”, not a “gang”, not a “squad.” Funk Volume is a commitment – to protect the integrity of the music and conduct our business properly. It is a commitment to hip-hop, to its fans, and to each other.

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“No Writers Block, I Like To Rap” feat. Wyclef:

“We Turned Out Alright” feat. Wyclef:

“Tellem My Name”:


“World Peace”:

The Golden Age Tour (Promo):

The Golden Age

“The Flavor”:

“Can’t Stop Won’t Stop” (Prod. by SupaHotBeats):

XXL 2013 Freshmen Story:

“First Agreement”:

“Killem Wit Kindness”: 

“Still Movin’”:



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