King Magnetic celebrates the launch of his new album, Back in the Trap, produced entirely by DOCWILLROB, with the raw and gritty visuals for the album’s second single, “Help Me.”
Like the visuals for “Back in the Trap” that we saw earlier this summer, “Help Me” is directed by We L!ve TV and plays out almost like a short film. While we certainly see plenty of the Allentown, PA rapper performing for the camera, he also depicts the life of a man who’s back is against the wall and must do what he feels is necessary to get by.
Although the result of his actions may be unclear, it is quite undeniable that the character King Mag is portraying is one of hunger and desperation. His cries for help bleed through into the music, wherein he spits about why he needs help in a variety of flows over DOCWILLROB’s menacing instrumental. It all paints a bleak and startling picture that fans of street rap will gravitate towards.
Check out the visuals, and show your support for Back in the Trap, which is available now through all major digital retailers and streaming platforms via King Mag Music, and can be streamed below right here, courtesy of RESPECT.
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