Helmed by Trent Munson, the visual features collaborator Mustafa and utilizes home videos shot in Sudan and Toronto as they pay homage to the beauty of their home countries. â€œThis video explores home, the idea that weâ€™re neither global citizens nor nomads; that we live in the air between, questioning our dispensability in any place weâ€™ve lived in,â€ Mustafa said in a statement.
He added, â€œWe travelled to Sudan last year to witness a homecoming, the beauty of Sudan canâ€™t be replicated. We were met with such warmth that you could feel in fragments in this video. Now, as generals senselessly battle & leave our country in ruin, one canâ€™t help but to think of all the kind people and family who assisted us in our journeyâ€”the buildings that have collapsed, the trees that went in fireâ€”donate what you can to local efforts.â€
Caesar will also be donating a portion of funds from the videoâ€™s revenue to Sudan Relief Fund, which aids in delivering immediate needs such as food, water, shelter and medication to the local Sudanese people.
Watch Daniel Caesarâ€™s â€œToronto 2014â€ visual above.
Elsewhere in music, Kendrick Lamar and Baby Keem dropped the video for â€œThe Hillbillies.â€