Da$h Comes Through With Visuals For "Loose Skrew" Closer "Sensai"

Mitch Findlay
June 05, 2018 17:13

Da$h delivers some raw visuals for "Sensai."

It's not always easy to pull off a beat-switch, let alone in a song under two minutes. Somehow, Da$h manages to come through on that front; perhaps that's why he can get away with dubbing himself the "Sensai." Today, the New Jersey rapper has shared some new visuals from last year's Loose Skrew, which earned the rapper plenty of looks upon its initial release. Now, the LAWRAINES directed clip features two distinct visual aesthetics; lo-fi and gritty for the first instrumental, and more polished for the second.

The opening section finds the rapper navigating the boardwalk during an ominous, trippy night on the town; a neon tower flashes sentinel behind him, casting the emcee in a feverish, artificial glow. Eventually, the action shifts to a bedroom, where Da$h proceeds to smoke a blunt, lost in isolation. It's an interesting interpretation of the album's closer, and a little too brief to make a lasting impression; still, it's always nice to get our hands on some new Da$h. 

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