The Rapper Lil Dicky has collaborated with musicians for the project Earth

Carla Harmon
April 21, 2019

The recently married couple were seen enjoying some epic sets by their favourite artists and the one which garnered the most attention was their friend Ariana Grande's show which had fans swooning over the fact that Justin too showed up at the festival to attend her set.

Now, he's released a song with a timely (albeit VERY grown up and NSF children's ears) message featuring ALL of those celebs, reminding us that we are essentially destroying our handsome planet. But after watching the video for "Earth", we're guessing people will be talking more about details like Justin Bieber as a baboon obsessed or Kevin Hart making an appearance as Kanye West, or Lil Yachty showing up under a microscope as an animated human papillomavirus that begs, "Don't let me in!"


The video ends with a cameo from actor and environmental activist Leonardo DiCaprio, recreating the iconic "I'm flying" moment from Titanic - but rather than holding Rose, he's holding the Earth. "We have 12 years to completely change the way we do so many things on Earth or the damage is irreversible".

But in his new song "Earth", Dicky reaches for a higher goal.


An all-star animated environmental music video featuring the voices of Justin Bieber, Ed Sheeran and Ariana Grande has gone viral on social media.

Net profits earned from the song, the short film-esque music video and Earth-related merchandise will be distributed to select non-profits identified by LDF as being on the front lines of implementing solutions to climate change.


The cheeky track was created as a climate change anthem, and all of its proceeds will go to the Leonardo DiCaprio foundation focused on climate resilience. "We invite everyone to sign the Global Deal for Nature petition to take a stand for our planet".

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