Da$h drops off some badass visuals for "Abundance."
New Jersey rapper Da$h recently dropped off his underrated Loose Skrew album, which featured a feature from Dreamville's J.I.D. Now, the slept on rapper has dropped off some visuals for album opener "Abundance," directed by Above Ground and produced by J Breeze. Shot in an alternating mix of black and white and full color, "Abundance" is brought to life through quick, focused editing and hectic cinematography; the frantic, yet controlled vibe compliments the song itself. There are definitely some cool shots to be found throughout, particularly some of the boomerang-style ones.
In the track, Da$h takes no prisoners, spitting bars like "feeling like Mufasa with a chopper, copper turn a n***a to a T-shirt, skeezer from the Bay weighs a quarter, used to call the bitch a bopper suck me 'til her knees hurt." If you're feeling this, be sure to check out Da$h's new tape via the link above.