Posted by , Jan 4, 2016 at 11:55am
Jarren Benton joins Hopsin in his dissent against Funk Volume.

The core of Funk Volume is rapidly falling apart.

Over the weekend, Hopsin  announced that he would leave the label that he helped start in 2009 if his co-founder Damien Ritter did not leavel. Now, it appears that Jarren Benton is decamping from Funk Volume for Master P and No Limit Records.

Jarren Benton shared his intentions via an Instagram post depicting the No Limit Records logo. "We all heard the news about @hopsinson leaving @funkvolume," he wrote in the caption. "I'm also venturing out on my own with Master P to revamp No Limit records. #nolimitsoldier."

Benton released on album with Funk Volume, 2013's My Grandma's Basement. He released Slow Motion Volume One EP last February. Check out his IG posts below.

This how I stepped out of @funkvolume. Video credit to @jazzepha

A video posted by @jarrenbenton on

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Jarren Benton Says He's Leaving Funk Volume For No Limit

Jarren Benton joins Hopsin in his dissent against Funk Volume.


The core of Funk Volume is rapidly falling apart.

Over the weekend, Hopsin  announced that he would leave the label that he helped start in 2009 if his co-founder Damien Ritter did not leavel. Now, it appears that Jarren Benton is decamping from Funk Volume for Master P and No Limit Records.

Jarren Benton shared his intentions via an Instagram post depicting the No Limit Records logo. "We all heard the news about @hopsinson leaving @funkvolume," he wrote in the caption. "I'm also venturing out on my own with Master P to revamp No Limit records. #nolimitsoldier."

Benton released on album with Funk Volume, 2013's My Grandma's Basement. He released Slow Motion Volume One EP last February. Check out his IG posts below.

This how I stepped out of @funkvolume. Video credit to @jazzepha

A video posted by @jarrenbenton on

[via]

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