About Volume Ventures, LLC

Volume Ventures, LLC (“Volume”) is an independent entertainment company that provides comprehensive music & video production, promotion, representation, consultation & educational services to aspiring and established recording artists, songwriters, musicians & music videographers. Based in Los Angeles, Volume is led by an accomplished team, consisting of Grammy award-winning R&B/Pop singer-songwriter James Fauntleroy, musician & Grammy award-winning producer, Larrance “Rance” Dopson, & successful entrepreneur & executive, Twila True.


A successful entrepreneur and executive, Twila is the Co-Founder of True Family Enterprises, a privately held family office that incubates and operates wholly owned companies and participates in venture capital transactions.  Twila has held and currently serves or served as Chief Executive Officer, President, Director and/Manager of nearly 50 entities, focusing on businesses and investments in the entertainment, real estate, health and beauty, food and beverage, and consumer luxury goods sectors.  In addition to being a disciplined corporate leader, Twila is also a dedicated philanthropist, and serves or served as a member of the Boards of Directors for several entities involved in charitable activities and businesses.


Grammy award-winning R&B/Pop singer-songwriter, whose repertoire includes the records, “No Air” by Jordin Sparks featuring Chris Brown (over 8.5 million copies sold worldwide), as well as numerous songs for such artists as Rihanna, Britney Spears, Brandy, Beyoncé, Timbaland, David Archuleta, Usher, P. Diddy, and Leona Lewis. Fauntleroy recently joined forces with Justin Timberlake and producer Rob “Rob Knox” Tadross to form the production team, The Y’s. In 2013, Fauntleroy received a large portion of the writing credits on Justin Timberlake’s 20/20 Experience releases, Drake’s “Girls Love Beyoncé” and Beyoncé’s”, Beyoncé and Jay-Z’s Magna Carta Holy Grail.


A talented piano, drums, guitar, and percussion artist, Dopson is credited with constructing the Grammy-nominated crew of 1500 or Nothin’. He had opportunities to work with super-producers Just Blaze, Bryan-Michael Cox, Teddy Riley and Tim & Bob, which gave him his first shot at production on Bobby Valentino’s self-titled album in 2005. That led to other collaborations with artists such as Tyrese. Grammy award nominated producer for his work on Marsha Ambrosius’ song “Far Away” along with his six songs on Lupe Fiasco’s “Food and Liquor 2”.  Past clients include Alicia Keys, Travi$ Scott, Kendrick Lamar, T.I. and Emeli Sandé.