If you’re familiar with Tisha Campbell-Martin’s vast body work, then you know she can sang.

While the My Wife and Kids star is best known as an actress, music is her first love. Recently, Campbell-Martin released a new song that’s more than just an ode to her longevity in the business, but also an anthem of survival.

“I’m still resilient. I’m always gonna be here, because I’m supposed to be here,” she sings in the intensely personal song Steel Here. “I’m only my existence. It’s a system of survival. Because I’m my only revival.”

The powerful lyrics and visuals don’t just make for a catchy tune. According to the industry vet, the words written on Campbell-Martin’s body in the video come from an apology letter she received from the person who sexually violated her when she was a little girl.

Campbell-Martin explained Steel Here’s visuals to a fan on Twitter.

According to Campbell-Martin, the letter read:

Dear Beloved Tisha,
This apology has been in my heart and on my mind for decades. For decades there has been a grieving pain within me coupled with an unending shame for my past behavior.

Talk about being vulnerable in your art!

Take a look at ‘Steel Here’ and tell us what you think. 

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  • mywordsaremypower

    Actually a good song, music does not sound like this anymore, oh I yearn for those days. Its got a late 90’s early,00’s feel. Go on Tisha!

    • [email protected]

      I feel you Sister.