Dyme-A-Duzin reps his hood in "The Real $wank" video.
With "The Real $wank," Dyme-A-Duzin crafted the perfect intro track for his tape Hip-Hope, released back in September. Driven by a haunting piano melody and a hard-snapping beat, the track has Dyme lambasting those who forget their roots and delivering some very hard bars. Fittingly then, the video shows him hanging with a group of dudes we're led to believe are his original posse and repping his NYC hometown.
When viewed alongside with his other two videos for Hip-Hope tracks, "Body On Me" and "My Single," this latest one presents a portrait of a well-balanced, talented young artist who puts on for his hometown.