Wale teamed with director Kerby Jean-Raymond and Boy Erased
actor Lucas Hedges for the song's music video. The clip is a poignant and thought-provoking take on racism and privilege that ends with a Facebook live snippet of an Ohio inmate in FCI Elkton Federal prison fearful of the coronavirus outbreak.
Two hours after the visual premiered, medically vulnerable prisoners were transferred out after the American Civil Liberties Union petitioned the facility. Wale told Forbes
how proud he was to make the kind of impact that changes lives.
"Kerby said I've been aiming too low. I have talked about accolades and goals cause I from playing sports. But for something major to happen and for the ACLU to hit me up about that, that's heavy. And maybe I was aiming too low cause obviously this is ten times bigger than an accolade."