Kane Brown shares a powerful message in his new music video for his unifying single, "Worldwide Beautiful."
The clip, shared on Monday (September 28), begins with Brown walking through a post-apocalyptic scene of a deserted town. As he makes his way through the destruction, the focus turns to the adults in the picture who are all frozen in time.
Meanwhile, the children in the video are all alive and active. As the video progresses, kids from all different walks of life begin to gather in the downtown area as the sun begins to rise on a new day. Flowers start to bloom and the sky color changes as the children unite, signifying a change is coming.
At the end of the video, Brown appears in front of the group of children, holding his 11-month-old daughter in his arms.
The video offers a powerful and timely message, and can be seen below.
Brown's "Worldwide Beautiful" was released in June as people all over the country protested against racial inequality in America. At the time, the country star said he'd been holding onto the song for a year now and was "hoping it will bring us together during this time."
"Worldwide Beautiful," co-written by Brown alongside Shy Carter, Ryan Hurd and Jordan Schmidt, starts off with a spoken word. "White churches, black churches/ Different people, same hearses," Brown speaks at the start of the track. "It’s kinda hard to fight with each other/ Laying down in the ground, six under."
In the chorus he sings, "You’re missing every color if you’re only seeing black and white / Tell me how you’re gonna change your mind if your heart’s unmovable. / We ain’t that different from each other from one to another / I look around and see worldwide beautiful."
Since its release, "Worldwide Beautiful" has raised funds for the Boys and Girls Club of America, an organization that advocated for justice and equality for young people across the country.
"Worldwide Beautiful" is the second single from Brown's latest EP, Mixtape, Vol. 1.
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