Kravitz made his directorial debut with the black-and-white video for "Here to Love," which was shot in conjunction with the UN Human Rights Office.
The cinematic visual finds the musician taking a stand against racism, discrimination and xenophobia, as a multiple of people of different races, genders and backgrounds stand one-by-one in front of the camera.
"We must all unite for we are one creation/We must join the fight, together we are strong/We must do what's right in every situation/Love each other's lives as you would do your own," Kravitz sings in the humanist ballad.
"Here to Love" will serve as the theme song for the UN Human Rights Office's new #FightRacism campaign, which was announced in anticipation of Human Rights Day on Tuesday, December 10.
"I encourage everyone to join me in lending our voices to fight racism and to stand up for the human rights of every person. Let's promote tolerance, inclusion, and respect for diversity in all nations and among all communities," Kravitz said in a video message about the campaign.
As Rolling Stone pointed out, a longer version of "Here to Love" appeared on the award-winning musician's 2018 album, "Raise Vibration."
Kravitz is reportedly crafting his 12th studio opus, which will potentially accompany a new film he is also working on.
However, details about the much-anticipated follow-up to "Raise Vibration" are still scarce to this date.
Next spring, Kravitz will hold concerts in Australia, New Zealand and Europe as part of his "Here to Love" tour, during which he will promote a "message of anti-racism, tolerance, diversity and peace in all nations and among all communities."
In the meantime, discover the music video for "Here to Love":