Jarren Benton – Dark Roads

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Fresh off a 65 city national tour Jarren Benton gives you his fourth music video from his Slow Motion Vol 2 project titled “Dark Roads”. Look out for Jarren’s next studio EP produced exclusively by Grammy Award winning producers J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League in 2017.

About Jarren Benton

Jarren Giovanni Benton is an American rapper from Decatur, Georgia. In early 2012, he signed to rapper Hopsin’s independent record label Funk Volume and released a mixtape called Freebasing with Kevin Bacon in June 2012. A year later, on June 11, 2013 he released his debut studio album My Grandma’s Basement, which received positive critical reviews and debuted at number 152 on the Billboard 200. On January 4, 2016, Jarren Benton posted a prank on Instagram, saying that he dropped his current label, “Funk Volume,” for a label no longer in existence entitled “No Limits.” Fans and news outlets alike took the prank seriously, and spread the joke as truth on the internet because they refused to find solid evidence and verify confirmation of fact to the joke. Both Funk Volume and Jarren Benton have disproved truth to the prank in the same night. However, it has been officially confirmed the Funk Volume label has split up. After the Funk Volume split up, Jarren has created his own record label under the name Benton Enterprises, choosing to go in his own direction to get his own brand out to the public, and to release his new album Slow Motion Vol. 2. The album originally was scheduled to be released on July 15th, but Jarren posted on social media on July 3rd, 2016 “Due to technical difficulties, we will be releasing Slow Motion Vol. 2 on July 22nd.” The album will be released on his new website iamjarrenbenton.com and will be his first album release under his label Benton Enterprises, his first album release since the Funk Volume departure, and his first album released on his new website.


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