Anderson .Paak's new video for the gospel version of his song "Come Down" is probably the only time you'll hear someone sing "You drank up all my liquor" in church.

Anyway, the clip is extremely entertaining, and it was put together by the folks at the Grammy's, as well as The Recording Academy for their Believe in Music campaign. Things first open up with a choir harmonizing, then eventually they belt out some of "Come Down's" lyrics. After that, Paak appears and performs the cut behind the drums.

Evan Greene, who's the chief marketing officer of The Recording Academy, said the new "Come Down" clip is meant to bring people together.

"This latest spot in the series captures music's undeniable force to connect us and bind us together through a shared, collective community," he said. "The Recording Academy strives to reinforce music's ability to unify, and this film serves to powerfully amplify this message."

You can watch the new clip above.

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