The video features Pamela Anderson, Nia Long, Tracee Ellis Ross, and the Booker T.
Washington High School Marching Band of Houston, Texas, which performs with Lupe Fiasco at a pep rally.
Blaze uses a slowed down horn sample from the Curtis Mayfield song "Move On Up." The music video for "Touch the Sky" was directed by Chris Milk and filmed as a '70s style short movie about daredevil Evel Kanyevel (played by Kanye West) and his attempt to fly a small rocket across the Grand Canyon.
It is done in homage to Evel Knievel's unsuccessful jump across the Snake River Canyon in 1974.
“As soon as I said that, it was like, ‘Wait a second, we would really be into that,” West quotes no one in particular as saying — about himself.
Anderson was there to promote her book, “RAW,” a photo collaboration with Dunleavy, in which proceeds go to the Pamela Anderson Foundation, which supports human, animal and environmental rights.Pamela pic.twitter.com/h9mmdqxp0h— Pamela Anderson (@pamfoundation) May 3, 2017"Thank you for your thoughtful note and gift. "Sincerely, Melania Trump."Along with a photo of the note, which was typed out on official White House stationary and dated April 20, 2017, Anderson wrote a little note to the first lady herself.See photos of Melania Trump: Portrait of American businessman Donald Trump and Melania Knauss (born Melanija Knavs) as they pose together on the red carpet at the 18th annual Council of Fashion Designers of America (CFDA) awards, New York, New York, June 2, 1999.SEE ALSO: Pamela Anderson fuels dating rumors with Wiki Leaks founder Julian Assange"Dear Pamela, I very much appreciate your sending the beautiful eco-faux fur from Only Me," the letter read."I am grateful for your support and encouraging words; they mean a great deal.