He is open-hearted about wanting to raise awareness about problems with men's mental health, and rather that his own father, Peter, committed suicide.
And Professor Green, real name Stephen Manderson, 34, has released a new single called Photographs that reflects on his pain about not having enough pictures of his father.
He says it: "Photographs evoke so many different emotions, the ones I miss the most are those I have never taken.
Tribute: Professor Green broke when he revealed that the heartbreaking new single Photographs is inspired by the fact that he does not have enough images of his father who committed suicide
Worried: his father took his own life in 2008 when Stephen was 24 years old and he said he said that the sadness never left him
& # 39; They are in many ways the memories I do not have – especially those memories from my childhood. I wish I had more.
& # 39; I had a conversation about photo & # 39; s and how there are large areas of my life where there are no photos.
& # 39; We are now living in a time when we make far too many photos. That was really when I started to incubate the idea for the single, Foto & # 39; s.
Bond: Stephen said in the video that we take too many pictures nowadays, so it's sad that there are times when we might not have enough
Nobody is perfect: looking back at the photos that consist of Stephen and his father, it is clear that there was a lot of love and that his father would have known that he loved him
The lyrics of the song where Rag & # 39; N & # 39; Bone man knows, & # 39; I can not believe you have stayed that low. I was just a lens that went through old photos.
& # 39; You're not in many of them, you're barely in it, three or four, I wish you were in more of them. & # 39;
He first shared the details of the devastation that followed after he had lost his father Peter to commit suicide in his song Read All About It.
When he gave up, he said: "Photos evoke so many different emotions. The one I miss the most are the ones I have never taken & # 39;
Old wounds: Professor Green has previously revealed that the last words he said to his father, Peter, before he died, were: "I hate you" because he had abandoned him at the time
Professor Green once again reveals that the last words he said to his father, Peter, before he died: I hate you & # 39 ;.
He told his story and said in 2015 that the mourning process is still a process he is trying to address while organizing a mini-documentary as part of the Lifeline series of the BBC.
Frankly, the star from Hackney said of his father: "He was always the parent I preferred, but as a child it was complicated.
He was always in and out of my life; at 6 pm we stopped talking and after five years I decided to contact him to make an appointment. & # 39;
Music is his therapy: undoubtedly Stephen wants to help others to experience the same pain as with his new musical offer
Add: & # 39; They are for me in many ways the memories that I do not have – especially those memories from my childhood. I wish I had more & # 39;
Perfect collaboration: Stephen worked with Rag & # 39; N & # 39; Bone man on the moving new single
About the last time he saw his father add: "Unfortunately, we ended up arguing and the last words I said to him were:" I hate you ". The awful thing is that I can never see him again because he committed suicide a few months later. & # 39;
Troubled by their last conversation, Manderson also told how he has not yet passed the grieving process as he struggles to deal with such a large loss for his family structure.
He continued: & # 39; The moment I found out that my father had taken his own life is still as clear today as it was at the time it happened. I kept wondering why nobody had seen it coming.
Stephen (pictured as a boy) said earlier: "The moment I found out that my father had taken his own life is still as clear today as it was at the time it happened. I kept wondering why nobody had seen it coming & # 39;
Add: & # 39; I still find it very difficult to express how I felt … the strange thing about mourning is that it never stops & # 39;
I still find it very difficult to express how I felt … the strange thing about mourning is that it never stops. & # 39;
After the song came out, Stephen asked his fans to share their photos with him.
He said: & # 39; We did not know that by being so open about our losses, we would create an online community where we could all share our beloved photo's and mourning together.
He said earlier: "Please share your photos with the people you talked about, with a little background story and the hashtag #wishthatitookoffotografenofus.
We will put them in a story about The Book of Man, as well as possibly the videoclip for photo's!
& # 39; I have read stories that have brought me into tears and seen pictures that have made me laugh. & # 39;
His light: Stephen's dad looks every inch at the proud father when he holds his son – but he must have delivered his own personal battles
Helping others: In addition to his musical achievements, Professor Green has presented six critically acclaimed documentaries (for the BBC and Channel 4)
In addition to his musical achievements, Professor Green has presented six critically acclaimed documentaries (for the BBC and Channel 4).
He has also published his autobiography Lucky and continues his ongoing work as a patron of anti-suicide charity KALM.
Recently he became a regular columnist for the newly launched gentlemen's title, The Book of Man.
It is a support network for men, for which he writes about psychological problems and masculinity.
Honest: Stephen takes his fans on a very personal journey and discusses what he is going through