Award-winning hip hop artist KB releases a new music video for “Drowning,” the fourth single from his Top 20 Billboard charting album Tomorrow We Live. “Drowning” represents the overwhelming and helpless feeling that people suffer from when struggling with things such as mental illness, drug addiction and suicidal tendencies. The song is meant to encourage those feeling underwater, KB explains it “is about turning to God to lift you up out of those dark situations.”
KB released Tomorrow We Live as a soundtrack of inspiration for his listeners, signifying the idea that no one is exempt from the struggles of everyday life and that hope is alive and tomorrow we live. Resonating deeply with fans, his sophomore album Tomorrow We Live debuted on the Billboard Charts at No. 4 on Rap Albums, No. 1 on Christian Albums, No. 2 on Independent Albums, No. 7 on Overall Albums and No. 18 on the coveted Billboard 200. Additionally, KB snagged iTunes First Play and the album peaked at No. 3 on the iTunes Overall Albums Chart and No. 2 on the iTunes Hip-Hop/Rap Albums Chart.
KB is gearing up to launch a #TomorrowWeLive social media campaign aimed at supporting friends and family members who suffer from mental illness, suicidal thoughts, and addiction, asking, “What would you say to a friend if you knew they were on the verge of drowning?” To inspire a loved one, lend your voice by writing a note on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram using the hashtag #TomorrowWeLive.
For more information on KB visit WhoIsKB.com, and to purchase Tomorrow We Live, go to iTunes.