Dark Lo reflects on the darkest times in the latest visual off his and Harry Fraud’s Borrowed Time album.
From inside the crib to the rooftop, the Philly rapper laments on the harsh realities of growing up including the regretful experiences on serving his aunt her fix.
“It hits on everything that I went through over the last two years”, Dark Lo tells Complex. He continues “Being caught between the streets, and the booth, the stress of having to make that money to support my wife; while trying to stay focused on music. Dealing with the legal situation that me and the people around me were dealing with, my state of mind leading up to my incarceration. And at the time, my aunt, who I am very close too, was struggling with addiction issues. She was trying to get better, but it was killing me seeing her in so much pain and going through withdrawals, so I did what I felt was necessary at the time to help her. My fans respect that I put my real life into my music, that’s what they want and that’s what they are getting with this song and video. I had to shoot this video at my crib because I am on house arrest.”