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Lupe Fiasco Offers Hope To Protestors In His 'Just Might Be OK' Video

Off of his 2006 debut album, Food & Liquor.

Lupe Fiasco has never been shy about speaking out on what he feels are the injustices that plague society and have hurt his community. In that spirit, he unexpectedly released the video for "Just Might Be OK" -- a track from his 2006 debut Food & Liquor -- which includes a nod to recent #BlackLivesMatter protests across the country, including, most recently, in Baltimore, following the death of 25-year-old Freddie Gray while in police custody.

A majority of the video showcases people of all ages, doing an assortment of activities -- from just hanging out to playing pool to doing yoga. There's also imagery of streets and street corners, as well as a shot of a Food & Liquor store.

The end of the video has a decidedly different feel -- things go from uplifting to a little more dark.

It's unclear where or when the protest footage is from -- you can make out someone wearing an "I Can't Breathe" shirt, in solidarity with Eric Garner, who died in New York last summer -- but there are multiple shots of both peaceful protests and individuals clashing with police.

Still, it ends with a powerful message: "Revolution is hope for the hopeless."