The song is dedicated to Tamir Rice, as it recounts the tragedy of his murder — only in the visual, the narrative takes a much more peaceful ending. The rest of the video is cut with protest footage from the Black Lives Matter movement around the country.
“In this world where we are all victims of something — hate, fear, poverty — in the end, violence doesn’t resolve this world’s sickness, love does, and God is love,” Quan told Billboard, who premiered the video. “No matter who you are or where you’re from, it’s all on Him.”
Quan has experienced some of this tragedy first-hand, too. His son died, and his friend, who was playing a police officer in the visual, was killed while the video was being put together.
“That kid [at the end of the video with his hands up] is my son, an angel.”