Lil Dicky's New Music Video 'Earth'
Lil Dicky's New Music Video 'Earth'

Lil Dicky's new music video 'Earth' released

ANI | Updated: Apr 19, 2019 16:51 IST

Washington D.C. [USA], Apr 19 (ANI): More than a dozen artists joined hands to work in American rapper Lil Dicky's latest song 'Earth', which is a musical inspiration to lift awareness on climate change. The song which released on Friday is also an ode to the World Earth Day.
The 32-year old singer shared the song through his Instagram handle and wrote, " out now".

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?? out now #WeLoveTheEarth

A post shared by Lil Dicky (@lildickygram) on Apr 18, 2019 at 9:23pm PDT

The seven-minute and eleven second animated music video has voices from Justin Bieber, Ariana Grande, Halsey, Zac Brown, Brendon Urie, Hailee Steinfeld, Wiz Khalifa, Snoop Dogg, Kevin Hart, Adam Levine, Shawn Mendes, Charlie Puth, SIA, Miley Cyrus, Lil Jon, Rita Ora, Miguel, Katy Perry, Lil Yachty, Ed Sheeran, Meghan Trainor, Joel Embiid, Tory Lanez, John Legend, Backstreet Boys, Bad Bunny, Psy, Kris Wu.
The music video is helmed by Nigel Tierney and Federico Heller, and produced by Zeda Stone, Michael Broccolo, Nigel Tierney and German Heller.
Lil Dicky collaborated with the Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation (established in 1998) for 'Earth', reported People.
The Oscar-winning actor, Leonardo, also shared the song through his Instagram and asserted that the collections made through the song, video and merchandise will go to the partners of the foundation.
" Thank you to Lil Dicky and all the artists that came together to make “Earth” happen. Net profits from the song, video, and merchandise will go to many Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation partners on the frontlines of implementing solutions to climate change. Link in bio to watch. WeLoveTheEarth," he captioned. 
Caprio further shared the names of the organisations that would benefit, "The Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation  partners that will benefit from this collaboration include: Shark Conservation Fund 100 Is Now, Global Green Grants, the Quick Response Fund for Nature, and the Carbon Cycle Institute."

This new music video includes a website, named 'We Love The Earth', reported People. In partnership with LDF, they also feature some merchandise printed on sustainable materials. (ANI)