Directed and shot by Tanner W Jarman.
The 2dope intro track off Dyme-A-Duzin‘s Hip Hope project receives the visual treatment.
With his 1160 team — a like minded group of Brooklynites who met in Crown Heights (on 1160 Eastern Pkwy to be exact) — by his side, the confident spitter hits the streets of New York City as he OD’s over some production provided by Chicago’s Tye Hill.
Get to know “The Real $wank” through the 2DBZ premiere above and be sure to pick up that Hip Hope album if you haven’t already.
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