After collaborating with V Don on the studio project 5 Deadly Venoms last year, Da$h is back with a brand new set of visuals for his one-off track “Walk The Plank.” Directed by LONEWOLF, the music video is set amidst grisly artwork and lo-fi lights.
Clocking in at a little over the two-minute mark, the track was produced by Budd Dwyer, the alter-ego of $crim from $UICIDEBOY$ — Da$h originally performed the song live during $UICIDEBOY$’ New York concert back in 2017. Doused in a nocturnal mid-tempo groove, the instrumentals are driven by a sinister piano lick, layered with heavy bass drums and crisp hi-hats, while Da$h delivers a steady flow with his unique vocal cadence. Notable lyrics include quotes like “Catch me out when the sun is down / On a slow-mo creak, low-pro in a fishbowl” and “They call me Da$H Morrison / No, there cannot be more than one.” Accompanying the video, LONEWOLF’s harrowing sketches and scratchy lo-fi edits emphasizes the ominous sounds of the track.
Check out Da$h’s new music video for “Walk The Plank” above and scroll below for a listen of the track.