Following up from his well-received ‘Make The World Grow‘ EP from May 2021 and powered with the assistance of NEVERDIE, Help candidly shows us his ever-evolving mindset with his new three-track EP which tells us he is most certainly ‘Here‘.
Help is a street-smart former Jasper, Texas-based indie rapper who now calls Los Angeles, California his home. He makes that top drawer underground music melody which strikes crisply at your whole vein-packed body, as you easily feel his ravenous hunger to succeed blast firmly through your appetizing speakers.
”After his father was charged with the distribution of cocaine, help and his mother left East Texas and moved to the Dallas suburb of Arlington. It was there help discovered his love for music and public performance.” ~ Help
All three tracks ‘…and‘, ‘Crumbs‘ and ‘Me and You‘ (feat. Chloe Jobin), are of equal high-rise quality and buzz quickly into your soul, as you nod your head with this ride-along music with a real edgy feel. He is the type of musician to be up before the sun hits, as he knows that this is the only way to stay ahead of the pack.
With a bass-popping beat and cleverly-penned lyrics, you feel his win-now mentality drop that three-pointer, that has you turning his heat right up. His eloquent attitude is rather astute and you get lost into his welcoming web of stories which take you through his challenging early life – into his new smartly designed mental framework – which portrays a real self-enlightenment forged from his always-evolving thought process.
‘Here‘ from the Los Angeles-based indie hip-hop artist Help, is a raw EP which has a real world class vibe attached and it feels like he is only just getting started. You sense his underdog mentality and with those smart street bars that are combined with his ability to know that he needed to join a tight team who truly believe in him, makes him one of the most promising hip-hop artists around currently.
Being in the moment and always seeking that knowledge, is the clever way to grow into a self-aware soul, who knows where the real treasure is hiding.
Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen