Black Eyed Peas — will.i.am, apl.de.ap, Taboo (and sometimes Fergie) — have delivered a powerful video for “Street Livin’,” a 3:16-minute statement on the social injustice running rampant across the country. From the prison-industrial complex and immigration to gun violence and police brutality, the visual sheds light on the toxic issues plaguing our society.

The boom-bap-heavy tracktakes a hard left from the pop flavored music they became synonymous with in the late 2000s, and returns to their classic Hip Hop roots.

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The song also serves as the companion piece to BEP’s recently released graphic novel Masters of the Sun: The Zombie Chronicles.

Watch “Street Livin'” above.