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Elcee – Help (Prod. TREET$) [Video] #SoundCloudSunday

Toronto, ON – You guys know what today is, right? It’s #SoundCloudSunday. Every Sunday, our dude Elcee (from the JetPacks crew) releases a new single for your listening pleasure. So today’s track is entitled “Help.” And it’s got an accompanying video, too. This track rolls deep. Your feelers will get activated. Trust.

It’s a track for those of us who really just flat-out suck at asking for help. Admittedly, Elcee used to struggle to ask those around him for help. But he has moved past the stigma to realize that asking for help is a sign of strength. Check it below.

Young Kidd – You Aint Gotta Ask [Video] -

The track comes in on some vibed-out production (courtesy of TREET$), and then Elcee hits us with his flow. This joint comes across as one of those solemn farewell love songs. You know – when you realize that you’re in love with something that’s making you hurt. And you realize you need to let it go. And you just need a homie to lend you a hand with it all.

Elcee’s particular vice on this track is his glass bottle. But it’s all relative, you feel me? That glass bottle could be a person, or an addiction, or just some straight-up struggle. So just ask for help, okay? Also, sorry for the whole get-past-the-struggle PSA. But like I said, this track makes feelings happen.

Twitter: @ElceeTheArtist | @treet_s | @FreshRecordings

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