Pharrell's Ferocious New Music Video Makes Him The Ambassador For Freedom

He's right back at it.

Pharrell's newest track "Freedom" was the first major coup for Apple Music, debuting exclusively on the new streaming service. Less than a month later, the ageless star has released a music video to accompany the song, packing in powerful imagery along all points of the spectrum from oppression to redemption. In less than three minutes, he pulls in historical references to slavery, sweatshops, protests and much, much more.

Read on to see highlights from the video.

Not too difficult to guess what historic oppression he's showing here.

But the masses can rise up together.

Recognize this scene, LEGO style?

"We need footage of a powerful, quick animal."

"What about a whale? Can we get a whale, too?"

The video does a great job cutting back and forth between positive and negative. Here we are back in the muck.

But there's a wistful lust for positivity soon after.

And a final breakthrough to top it off.

Watch the full video below: