Not every musician is too proud to play for Donald Trump!
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This. Is. Beautiful.
On Thursday, Todrick Hall dropped his visual album Straight Outta Oz on YouTube, and it's an absolutely incredible, star-studded piece of art.
The Wizard Of Oz parody tells the story of the 31-year-old's life, including his childhood, coming to terms with his sexual identity, falling in love, moving to
El Lay Oz Angeles, struggling with the entertainment industry, and his relationship with his family.
The hour-long video also examines controversies and social injustices including the Black Lives Matter movement, police brutality, gun violence, and more.
It even includes touching tributes to Christina Grimmie, Trayvon Martin, and the Orlando shooting victims.
The amazing performer took to Twitter after releasing the visual, revealing that he did this to creatively express the pain he's felt over the past year, writing:
And the Texas native also enlisted the help of some serious celebrities like Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Nicole Scherzinger, Amber Riley, Jordin Sparks, Wayne Brady, and even Yours Truly (around the 39:10 mark)!
The moving video also features internet stars Pentatonix, Grace Helbig, and GloZell.
The singer also included RuPaul's Drag Race alums Bob The Drag Queen, Alaska, Laganja Estranga, Willam, Kim Chi, and Mariah Balenciaga.
Plus there are also clips of Todrick as a young boy, singing and celebrating his tenth birthday.
You should definitely check this out (below)!
Wasn't that amazing?!
[Image via Todrick Hall/YouTube.]
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