Help Me

Album: Full Tank (2012)
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Songfacts®:

  • This is the fourth single by rapper Tinchy Stryder, from his Full Tank album. The song finds Stryder rapping about success and fame, whilst singer-songwriter Camille Purcell croons on the hook, "I've come this far, I do this so hard, and what is it all for? So I call to You, it's all I can do, You know that I need Your love right now." It was penned by the duo along with Ollie Jacobs of London Electro Pop group Arkana.
  • The music video was filmed in New Orleans, Louisiana and sees Stryder performing the song on the porch of a house a poverty-stricken neighborhood that still suffers the impact from hurricane Katrina. Other scenes focus on footage of the city's urban scenery with Christian iconography to visualize the meaning of the song.

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