Phor Drops Off Forceful "Help" Visuals

Phor releases highly effective visuals for “Help.”

Phor is most acknowledged as a face on the forged of VH1’s Black Ink: Chicago sequence, however the midwest emcee continues to show that he is an artist in additional than only one medium.

Last yr, he arrived along with his most up-to-date Butterfly full-length album, and stored issues on a roll this yr with the arrival of 4 new singles, together with “Help,” an introspective minimize that finds the younger rapper as he lays his practice of thought on wax, dealing with the stresses of actuality: “I received a household and I received a lady/I gotta look out for the folks I like/See, I received a buzz, however I would like the bucks/Without the cash, they fast to guage.”

The new clip is a nod towards suicide prevention, outfitted with a scene of marchers that embody Phor holding up indicators that learn, “Help,” whereas the National Suicide Prevention Hotline quantity flashes throughout the display screen on the finish.