Da Rich Kidzz/photo by Marlin Levinson

What do Ziggy Marley, Willie Nelson, Tina Fey and Da Rich Kidzz have in common?

They all participated in the new documentary "Saving My Tomorrow," which focuses on the environment. It debuted Tuesday night on HBO.

The north Minneapolis hip-hop group contributed a video called "Weird Weather," rapping about Minnesota's unpredictable climate.

The movie was made in conjunction with the American Museum of National History and looks at how climate change and other environmental issues facing our children.

The group of youngsters first got national attention in 2012 for their song, "Hot Cheetos and Takis." The video has had over eight million views.They have also worked with K-Mart.

If you missed the documentary, it will be rebroadcast at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday on HBO2.

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