One half of gospel duo Mary Mary, Erica Campbell, kicked off the New Year by shooting an all-new music video for her next single "Help."
The video was shot this week in Los Angeles, and directed by renowned director Billy Woodruff who is known for his film work in "Beauty Shop," "Honey," and more.
Rapper Lecrae and the singer's daughter Krista Campbell joined Campbell on screen for the high definition video shoot. The collaboration will likely be a hit for both Gospel and urban platforms due to the collaboration of two the biggest artists in the genre.
Woodruff was able to capture the beautiful visuals to match both the power and passion of the song.
"Help" is now on available for digital download.
The gospel platinum recording artist received a lot of backlash from her fellow Christians concerning the promotional photo for the single.
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She dismissed the blacklash and has been keeping busy promoting her new music and spreading her message. Campbell will be in Nashville next week to perform live on the 29th Annual Stellar Awards, and on January 18th airing on Up Television Network she will be performing on TBN during an all music special hosted by Pastor Donnie McClurkin.
beginning her career with Mary Mary, the singer officially started her solo career with her very successful radio hit "A Little More Jesus" last year.
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.