Two things will force any of us to change, pleasure and pain. It is these two feelings that recording artist Ant Ohso Dank channels for his latest musical offering, a video for a dual remix for “Save Me / Skrilla”. Filmed and directed by Javi Lenz Visual, Ant’s angst is first showcased in his rendition to Meek Mill’s “Save Me” from “Wins And Losses”. Dank attacks the track with an approach best explained as Soul Trap. It is a new sound coming from the Massachusetts rapper. Add in his catchy adlibs over a buttery smooth chorus and you have the winning formula for a radio hit.
After unleashing his feelings with some swigs of Henny, Ant steps out from within the hallway and lands ten toes down on the lot and unloads over Kodak Black’s “Skrilla”. Having provided the pain previously, Ant now hits the track like an MMA fighter and flexes nothing but extreme confidence. Not to be confused as being cocky, Dank is simply sending out a warning that he’s gunning for a spot on the charts. Javi captures some rock solid shots for the video such as when Ohso exits from the building and treks down the stairwell. The dark colors and shadows really help bring out the lyrics of the song as well.
Along with the release of the video, Ant also announced he plans to drop another video soon. He will once again channel a Kodak Black record, the Lil Wayne-featured “Codeine Dreamin”. Be on the lookout for that but in the meantime, vibe along to “Save Me / Skrilla”.