Directed by Will Ngo, the visual features two sides of the Philly MC. One wears a white suit on a street corner, while smoking a cigar. The other dons a black hoodie in a dilapidated school hallway. The clip ends with a live performance of the track, filmed in Philadelphia last month.
“Somebody save me,” he sings. “Trying to please a bitch, it almost drove me crazy / I was breakin’ bread with ni**as that was shady / I said I would never change, but shit, it changed me.”
Originally released as the opening song off Meekend Music II, “Save Me” is also the closing track off Mill’s Wins & Losses, which opened at No. 3 on the Billboard 200. Today, the album sits at No. 20 while Mill preps its deluxe edition, which will be arriving soon.