Despite garnering her fair share of controversy over the past 35+ years, Madonna‘s rap sheet of causing commotion may only be outpaced by her Hot 100 hits and humanitarian efforts. The latter takes center stage a-front the music video for her politically charged single, ‘I Rise.’
Having long championed causes related to AIDS research, the defense of the rights of women, children, LGBT+, and more, the Queen of Pop joined TIME magazine to weave a collage of recorded events related to all of the aforementioned for the tune’s accompanying visual. Featuring “footage of the survivors of the Parkland shooting, supporters of LGBTQ equality, Olympic gymnast Aly Raisman’s powerful testimony about sexual abuse, first responders to natural disasters and other social justice movements,” the Peter Matkiwsky-directed video “tells the story of a global population fighting for rights, recognition and survival.”
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‘I Rise’ is found on Madge’s 14th studio album, ‘Madame X,’ which hit stores June 14.