Bone Thugs, the group that consists of Bone Thugs-N-Harmony's Bizzy and Krayzie Bone, released a video for their extremely heart touching song "Change the Story," featuring Uncle Murda. The song is is off the group's New Waves album that dropped in June.

In the clip, you see a few rap legends honored like The Notorious B.I.G., Jam Master Jay and A Tribe Called Quest's Phife. There's also an actor who plays someone who eventually meets a grim fate. Without question, the song is about wanting to reverse the tragedies that we often face, but the rappers also acknowledge the futility in having that desire.

The just released-clip comes on the heels of Bone Thug's dropping the visuals for the song "Coming Home," featuring Stephen Marley, also off their new album. The group also connected with Tank and released a video for the cut "If Heaven Had a Cellphone."  In May, Krayzie Bone dropped the album Thug Brothers 2 with the Outlawz's Young Noble, so he's apparently been in the booth a lot over the past year.

In regards to "Change the Story," Bizzy said it was important for the group to acknowledge some of the rap legends who've passed on prematurely.

"This is one of those songs that's close to my heart," he said in a recent interview. "How many of us wonder what it would be like if the story changed, and we could have a loved one back. If only the circumstances had been different. It means a lot for us to recognize some of the great fallen soldiers of hip-hop history who left us too soon. I could feel their energy as we filmed in front of those murals."

You can watch the new video above.

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