Wu-Tang Clan's music video for "A Better Tomorrow" takes a look at recent protests that have been sparked across the country in the wake of the controversial deaths of Michael Brown and Eric Garner at the hands of law enforcement officials.
The video, which features excerpts of a speech by President Barack Obama, includes "I Can't Breathe" rally cries from protesters alongside footage of "Hands Up, Don't Shoot" chants.
"We want justice," Raekwon rhymes on the song. "Police are supposed to protect and serve / And then they shoot us down like wild animals, the nerve / of them cold-hearted killers with blue suits / slaying our black youth."
"A Better Tomorrow" is the title track off of Wu-Tang Clan's latest album, which was released Tuesday (December 2). The album brings Wu-Tang Clan together again for one of the year's most anticipated projects. They recently revealed the importance of reuniting in an interview with MTV News, which you can watch below.
And if that's not enough Wu, you can also check out what the Clan know about themselves in this quiz clip.