DyMe-A-DuZin “Father’s Day”
DyMe-A-DuZin dedicates his latest visuals to all of the broken father-son relationships out there.
Right on time for today’s celebration of fathers, Brooklyn’s own DyMe-A-DuZin (member of Phony Ppl) presents a very intimate look into the broken portrait of his father-son relationship. The aptly titled tune “Father’s Day” (produced by Plain Pat) is a cut from the A Portrait Of Donnovan mixtape that the youngster dropped back in January. The visuals, produced by LRG and directed by Court Dunn, feature DyMe and a rendition of his father walking through Brooklyn in split screen as dad tries to court and son fights to avoid. A warning for viewers, this one’s tough on the heart, especially if your fathers situation wasn’t all that either. Props to DyMe for tackling the rough subject matter.