Back in October, transgressive goth rapper Dana Dentata unleashed her debut single for rock and metal stronghold Roadrunner Records, the hard-hitting "Do U Like Me Now?" Today (February 12th), she's dropped the single's equally hard-hitting music video. The clip features adult film star Eliza Ibarra from whom Dana Dentata drew inspiration for the song. Ibarra went viral back in 2011 with a video titled "Do You Like Me Now?" that she posted to Tumblr. A reaction to unrealistic expectations placed on women by men, the clip left a lasting impact on Dentata who sampled it for for her song "Do U Like Me Now?" In the new music video, she, Ibarra and their cohorts, Beatrixx Krenwinkel and Venus Black, weaponize their trauma, literally taking down the man — with sledge hammers and spiked bats — freeing a little girl in corpse paint/clown makeup in the process. Watch above.
See Dana Dentata Rage in New "Do U Like Me Now?" Video
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