Lil Dicky’s new environmentally-conscious track features 30 artists

Lil Dicky, real name David Andrew Burd, released his latest track titled ‘Earth’. The song is about, well, the Earth but more importantly about the appeal for humanity to wake up and appreciate it, as well as show Earth some love.

The video, its lyrics, its cameos, everything about it is still true to Lil Dicky’s irreverent style. Riddled with punchy phrasing that cuts to the core of existence, hordes of animals explain their being – no matter how simple.

Featuring more than 30 artists, including Panic! At The Disco’s Brendon Urie, who represented a pig. Along with an animated version of Leonardo DiCaprio.

He told Time how he wanted to use his contacts to get people thinking more about climate change and how to fight against it.

“Right now, I don’t think people care that much. If everyone decided to care just a little bit—if everyone cared enough to not use straws at all—that’s going to have an impact” “Somehow, life has led us to this 12-year-window where it’s on the people who are on earth right now to insist that everything finally gets actually taken seriously. What an opportunity.”

Net profits from the song, music video and merchandise will go to a group of nonprofits implementing solutions to climate change, as identified by DiCaprio’s foundation.

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