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While the single is being released to raise funds for Will’s angel foundation (an education charity) and is for a good cause overall, the reaction to the track has been less positive. P’s should just leave off; I'm sorry but the "where is the love? There's a reason why your last album was called "the end".— Caramel Delevingne (@Jordan Wagner07) September 03, 2016 Will has explained why he felt it necessary to re-release the song. And then Turkey, and then Orlando, and then Philando (Castile), and Alton (Sterling) before him, and then Dallas.

Music fans have recoiled at the robotic lyrics, depressing music video, and monotone vibe to the entire production and have taken to Twitter in droves to complain. ‘I remember when the Paris attack happened, people would say, we need Where Is The Love? Everyone was calling on us, like, “we need that song again”,’ he continued.

The Black Eyed Peas have released the official music video for the “Where is the Love? The video features the group – Fergie,, ap, and Taboo – reuniting along with a massive list of stars to remake the song.

Justin Timberlake, who joined BEP on the original version of the song back in the summer of 2003, is featured on the remake.

‘I hope this song inspires the millennial to go all out.

Will.stops by Capital and tells us what Black Eyed Peas have in store to mark their 20 year anniversary. Will.has EXCLUSIVELY told us that Black Eyed Peas WILL be back with new music this year!


The 'This Is Love' rapper talked to Capital's Dave Berry and Lisa Snowdon to tease plans to celebrate twenty years of his band by releasing new music and giving "a bunch of new experiences" to their fans. "I don't want to call them albums, but we'll have some experiences and a bunch of stuff to get the #Pea Bodies and the folks that supported us and got us to this point," he explained."OK I can't give too many details, but there's a bunch of Pea Bodies out there that we've been tweeting back and forth for the past couple of days over the excitement of twenty years of Black Eyed Peas," Will.exclusively told Capital. "So we'll make music for them and we'll just reflect on the dream.


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