Like many others, 21 Savage wants to keep the conversation going. In the official music video for “Nothin New” from his debut album Issa, the Atlanta rapper addresses the racial inequality that continues to run rampant throughout the United States.

The visual starts off with clips of Colin Kaepernick, LeBron James and Barack Obama, each addressing various instances where the government and select appointed leaders have failed to treat every individual with the same decency. From there, we see footage of a Black Lives Matter protest, followed by 21 popping up in all black at a funeral, rapping about the issues that the black community faces.

The video for 21 Savage’s “Nothin New” was shot by iNightLyfe in association with FoolWithTheCamera, as you can take it in above.

Now revisit 21 and Post Malone’s recent collaboration, “rockstar.”

Not NYC, not LA.