Massachusetts native Ant Ohso Dank enters the booth to unleash his struggles and determination and does so in a dual remix release, “Save Me / Skrilla”
Ant Ohso Dank is an artist with a story to tell. You name it, he’s been thru it. From poverty, substance addiction, to the streets; Dank knows what the true definition of struggle really is. He recently debuted an official video for his reworking of “Save Me” from Meek Mill and Kodak Black’s “Skrilla”.
Presented in a two part cinema with Javi Lenz Visuals, Ant visits these struggles for “Save Me”. He follows Meek’s original key but adds in a strong element of emotion. From the jump, his delivery sets the tone. It’s one of pain and my does Dank know how to pour it on. With a small hint of autotune, we get a glimpse into a more personal approach from Ant. The video depicts him in a shadowy setting taking in some Henny while unloading on the beat.
For the latter half, “Skrlla”, we are visited by the Ant Ohso Dank we came to know him for in tracks like “6 Days”. He delivers raps full of confidence, strong will power and motivation. The video then takes on a more aggressive tone with Ant getting animated in the booth, tossing money and swagging out in some great shot locations. Make sure to watch the video below and stay tuned for his debut album, “Out The Hallway”, to drop sometime next year.
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