Volume 4 Talks ‘Body Work’ Single, Showcase Dance Moves, Sings Tupac Medley, Girl Power

Rising stars and North Carolina-based female R&B quarter Volume 4 (aka V4) are nothing short of amazing and talented young ladies getting ready to make their mark on the music industry. D.K, Janele, K.Riss, and Frenchiee are four red-headed bombshells from down south, with the exception of one member from up north (Massachusetts to be exact) and they are making waves, both on and off-screen, as well as on the radio. In our exclusive interview, conducted by Tabitha Williams, the ladies spoke on their current single, “Body Work,” which was produced by their founder Tim “Krazyfigz” Walls and how the song came about (its inspiration coming from Rihanna’s “Work”), how much female empowerment and girl power means to them, and it wouldn’t be MusicXclusives if we didn’t get them to bust some dance moves, and of course sing live. | Follow @MusicXclusives on all social media platforms.

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