Miley Cyrus was among the artists who came together to lend their voice to Lil Dicky’s “Earth.” The project is about raising awareness about issues like climate change, and the main message is for everyone to do their bit for the planet.

The video begins with the problems people are facing across the world today like wildfires, climate change and pollution. The animation part of the video begins later, and this is the part where the song starts.

The funny animation includes artists introducing themselves as different animals. Dicky starts the song by introducing himself as a human and the theme of the song, which is about the love for planet earth.

Some of the artists and the planets they voiced in the song are Justin Bieber as a baboon, Ariana Grande as a zebra, Halsey as lion cub, Zac Brown as a cow, Brendon Urie as a fat pig, Hailee Steinfeld as a common fungus, Wiz Khalifa as a skunk, Snoop Dogg as a marijuana plant, Adam Levine as a vulture, Shawn Mendes as a horny rhino, Charlie Puth as a giraffe, Sia as a kangaroo, Lil Jon as a clamp, Rita Ora as a wolf, Miguel as a squirrel, Katy Perry as a pony, Lil Yachty as a HPV virus, and Ed Sheeran as a Koala.

Cyrus was an elephant with “junk” in her trunk in the video. Kevin Hart on the other hand is the only other human animation character in the video, and he played Kanye West.

“We love you, India,” Meghan Trainor sang. Joel Embid shared love for Africa and Tory Lanez shared love for China. “We forgive you, Germany,” Dicky sang.

The video ends with a call for raising money for charity and Leonardo DiCaprio featured as an animation character.

All the stars have been promoting the song on their social media. Bieber has called on his fans on Twitter to come together to “save the world.” DiCaprio has been sharing stories related to climate change on social media, and he has also promoted the “Earth” song.

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Miley Cyrus attends The Women's Cancer Research Fund's An Unforgettable Evening Benefit Gala at the Beverly Wilshire Four Seasons Hotel on February 28, 2019 in Beverly Hills, California. Getty Images/Frazer Harrison