Logic releases the visuals to his Alessia Cara and Khalid assisted song 1-800-273-8255.
Logic, Alessia Cara and Khalid never actually mentioned the titular phone number for the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, but it makes a heartfelt attempt at assuring listeners someone is there for them.
The moving song embodies a call to the suicide prevention network, where Logic and his collaborators enact a call in, its response and the result.
After some delay, the Def Jam rapper has finally unveiled the official video for the heartfelt but catchy song as an Apple Music exclusive.
The video tracks the story of a disgruntled young man who has to go through difficult times being a gay person. After considering suicide at one point, he decides to call the helpline number which ends up saving his life.
“I feel like I’m out of my mind/ It feel like my life ain’t mine,” Logic raps on the song, balancing both parts of a conversation on the helpline later replying, “I want you to be alive/ You don’t gotta die today.”
Peep the visuals below