Justin Bieber and Chance the Rapper in new music video for song "Holy."

The track's video is about love and hope, especially during this difficult time of COVID-19.

Viewers will also notice some celebrities make their way into the video. Ryan Destiny from "Star" and Wilmer Valderrama from "NICS" made guest appearance in the collab song video. If in case Valderrama's face is familiar, it is because he had a supporting role in teen retro comedy "That 70's Show."

Bieber shared some clips of the music video on Instagram and Twitter while the full video was uploaded on the artist's YouTube channel. He tweeted "we made a movie" and mentioned "Directed by Colin Tilley" on another tweet. The most recent music video that the director did was Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion's "WAP."

In the "movie" video, Bieber plays an oil worker while Destiny plays a senior caretaker. Life gets more difficult as they both lose their jobs due to the pandemic and the couple were forced out of their apartment for not being able to keep up with the rent.

Valderrama portrays a US soldier on his way home and finding the poor couple on the streets. Knowing how things have been difficult lately, he invites them over to his house for a meal. The couple and family connected through prayer, suggesting that now is the time to perfect time for random acts of kindness.

The music video for "Holy" has over 15 million views, 1.4 million likes, and 129 thousand comments. Watch it below:

The combination of Bieber's melodic singing and Chance's rapping expresses how they maintain a relationship with God. This despite how crazy the situation in the world has become.

The track is supposedly the lead single from the pop singer's upcoming sixth studio album. With regards to what the "Baby" singer has been up to lately, he celebrated two year anniversary with wife Hailey Baldwin.

It is interesting to note that Justin Bieber was discovered on YouTube while Chance the Rapper was discovered on SoundCloud.

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