Erica Campbell kicked off the New Year with an all-new music video for her next single “Help.” Shot yesterday in Los Angeles, the video was directed by legendary and iconic director Billy Woodruff.
Shot in HD, Campbell looked absolutely stunning in the Woodruff led video that features breakthrough rapper Lecrae and her daughter Krista Campbell. As always Erica stays relevant in her delivery with this right-on-time ballad that is coupled with Lecrae’s poignant rap. Woodruff’s beautiful aesthetic is evident, matching both the power and passion of the song. The collaboration is memorable and a sure fire hit for both in Gospel and urban platforms.
The single is the title track of off Campbell’s solo debut album that will be released March 25th on My Block Inc./eOne Music and the single will be available for download this Friday, on all digital platforms. Campbell is also celebrating her first Grammy nomination as a solo artist (she has previously won four Grammys with Mary Mary) and the return of her hit reality show “Mary Mary” on WEtv.
Campbell is scheduled to be in Nashville next week, where she will perform live on the 29th Annual Stellar Awards, Friday January 18th which will air on Up Television Network as well as perform on TBN during an all music special hosted by Pastor Donnie McClurkin. She will rejoin her sister Tina, for a Mary Mary performance at the Superbowl Gospel Celebration, the only NFL sanctioned concert, in NYC on January 31st.
Check our behind-the-scene footage from the video shoot below: