Lupe Fiasco just won Throwback Thursday with the release of his new video, for an old fan favorite. "Just Might Be Okay" was one of the standout tracks from the Chicago rapper's 2006 debut album, Lupe Fiasco's Food & Liquor. The newly liberated visuals come with a message of hope and even more so, a call for action. Lupe never appears, rather he lets his old neighborhood of the West Side of Chicago do most of the talking. There are a variety of shots of people leading their daily lives, but ultimately the video ends with scenes from Freddie Gray solidarity protests. Lupe leaves viewers with an important quote, "Revolution is hope for the hopeless." It is very timely video indeed.