RZA and electronic production duo Parisi dropped the video to their song "No Refuge," which is a rallying cry against Donald Trump's recent travel ban.

The video opens up with an eye-catching shot of a bus in a foggy field. Then as the bus pulls off, you see a group of people who play the actual refugees. For a moment, they're excited about their new lives and new home, and they show it by dancing in a choreographed routine. The refugees' exuberance is short lived, however and the clip ends on a somber but poignant note.

In regards to the song, RZA said it's about achieving togetherness instead of separation, and he wanted to challenge the idea that certain groups don't belong in the U.S.

"This is the moment to speak out about the values of love and acceptance," he said in a press release. "Like I say in the song, it's time to make America great again, not filled with bigotry and hate again. My friends the Parisi brothers have seen refugees struggle in their homeland, and I'm seeing the same in mine. Working together on 'No Reguge' has been a great act in more ways than one."

You can peep the video above.

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