Lil Dicky has dropped his gigantic collab track featuring more than 29 artists including Panic! At The Disco‘s Brendon Urie, Halsey and more.

The song called “Earth” also features cameos or parts from musicians such as Justin Bieber, Ariana Grande, Miley Cyrus, Wiz Khalifa and many others.

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To fit all of those features, the music video is more than 7 minutes long. The main story takes place in a book that contains basically all of Earth and an animated Lil Dicky rapping inside of it.

Each artists plays a different animal in the video. You can check it out below.

The song comes after Lil Dicky teased it in an Instagram video.

“Hi, I think I have to start talking to you guys about this new song and video I’m putting out this week,” he says in the video. “I’ve really never been this excited about anything in my life. There’s so many things I want to tell you, but I just want to start with two simple words: Justin Bieber.”


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Earth. 4/18 9 PM pst. Pre-save link in bio. #WeLoveTheEarth

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The rapper also just recently went on Ellen to discuss the undertaking for the song. According to Lil Dicky, the video serves as a metaphor for the “environmental crisis” going on right now.

Additionally, Lil Dicky reveals the proceeds from the video will be allocated toward a cause that will be deliberated by Leonardo DiCaprio’s foundation.

You can check out the clip, which features 20 seconds of the music video, below.

Just in case you missed it, you can check out a full list of collaborators allegedly featured on the song in some way, shape or form, below.


Justin Bieber
Ariana Grande
Zac Brown
Brendon Urie
Miley Cyrus
Wiz Khalifa
Snoop Dogg
Kevin Hart
Adam Levine
Shawn Mendes
Charlie Puth
Hailee Steinfeld
Lil Jon
Rita Ora
Katy Perry
Lil Yachty
Ed Sheeran
Leonardo DiCaprio
Meghan Trainor
Joel Embiid
Tory Lanez
John Legend
Bad Bunny
Kris Wu
Backstreet Boys
Benny Blanco
Cashmere Cat

This is not the first time Urie has been involved in a Lil Dicky project. As previously reported, Urie was featured in Lil Dicky’s song “Molly.”

What do you think of the Lil Dicky collab track? Sound off in the comments below!

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