Rapper Lil Dicky has just dropped a new song and music video called "Earth" and it truly is the most hilariously cheesy, awe-inspiring call to action I've ever seen.
If you've never heard of Lil Dicky, he is a rapper/comedian that is really just the most hilariously relatable dude ever. My roommate in University gave money to his album Kickstarter and as a thanks, she got to call him on Skype and justs talk shit.
So it's no surprise that he managed to get this insane list of celebrities to be in the song and music video with him... He's obviously a very funny yet real artist with an important message to send.
A message that I'd say most of us totally agree with. Watch the video below.
TL;DR Rapper and comedian Lil Dicky has just released a new song about how awesome planet Earth is. The song and animated music video have over 30 celebrity cameos including Leonardo DiCaprio, Snoop Dogg, Ariana Grande and Kevin Hart pretending to be Kanye West. Seriously.
As I mentioned above, the video is clearly STACKED with celebs, both those that are well known "environmentalists" as well as other, less expected guests.
Although, just because Leonardo DiCaprio is a well-known purveyor of planet protection doesn't mean it's any less impressive that Dicky managed to get him to participate. And not even just as a simple cameo - he really went for it.
Also, in true Dicky fashion, humour plays a big part in the overall message.
Like when Ariana the zebra asks... "Am I white or black?"
Justin Bieber makes an appearance, too, making we wonder if Scooter Braun is Lil Dicky's manager.
The video is essentially Lil Dicky travelling around a beautiful, animated planet, reminding us why we need to try harder to reverse the careless, juvenile, apathetic and all around gross behaviour we've been allowing ourselves to maintain for so long.
And while all these cameo celebs have exorbitant amounts of money that likely allows them to live comfortably and with ease while upholding any morals or ideals, we regular folk need to try to do what we can to make behavioural changes, too.
(Like putting our votes where our voices are.)
As I mentioned above, the video really is a call to action, at the end of the day. The end of the animation directs you to this website that explains more about how humans can better co-exist on this living, breathing plant we call home.
Also, did Lil Dicky just create our all-new favourite animated TV show? Like, when's the next episode?