After over a decade of creating great gospel music with her sister Tina Campbell as the dynamic duo Mary Mary, Gospel singer Erica Campbell takes her new single "Help" into the mainstream market with the debut of her new music video "Help."
The video was shot in Los Angeles, and directed by renowned director Billy Woodruff who is known for his film work in "Beauty Shop," "Honey," and more.
The video compliments the passion of the song which also showcases Campbell's nine-year old daughter Krista and guest features rapper, Lecrae. They are the only three people seen throughout the entire video. With just a black background the three are shown individually performing the powerful words of the song.
The video premiered on VH1 Soul Monday and aired every hour all day and was also available online exclusively on VH1.com.
"Help" is now available for digital download on iTunes. 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, Campbell and Lecrae.
Campbell received a lot of backlash from her fellow Christians concerning the promotional photo for the single, but she dismissed the backlash and has been keeping busy promoting her new music and spreading her message.
Campbell continues to travel the country promoting the release of her upcoming solo album, Help, which hits stores March 25th as well as the start of the third season of her hit WEtv show, "Mary Mary," on February 27th.
The Grammy nominated singer officially started her solo career with her very successful radio hit "A Little More Jesus" last year, and it was nominated for a Grammy.