Like the Wu-Tang Clan before them, it's become apparent that Goodie Mob is most definitely for the children after seeing their new video for 'Special Education.'

The Janelle Monae-assisted single's video features miniature versions of everyone you hear on the track, Monae included, and it's probably one of the unabashedly cutest music videos of the year.

Cee-Lo Green, for example, raps in the library and the camera cuts between the real, larger-than-life ATL rapper-singer and his sunglasses-wearing, much-younger counterpart. And when the hook hits, a tween girl appears on the screen rockin' a haircut similar to that of Monae—and she even looks like a lil' star in the making.

The most poignant moment in the video comes at the beginning, when Big Gipp's child doppelganger stands up to a school bully. Even if you're not a fan of 'Special Education,' this scene should, at the very least, allow you to share this with someone younger who's dealt with similar situations in school.

You can watch the video below. Goodie Mob's 'Age Against The Machine' drops Aug. 27.

[via Yahoo!]