Black Eyed Peas Unveils Music Video for Political Track 'Street Livin'

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Yesterday, we reported that the legendary Hip-Hop group Black Eyed Peas are set to release a new single "Street Livin" soon.

It comes after will.i.am previously said Fergie could rejoin the group in the future, if they chose to reunite in Virtual Reality (VR) form.

Prison Industrial Complex. Immigration. The song itself revolves around social issues like police brutality and gun violence. "Guns or books, sell crack or rap", will.i.am. raps on the opening lines. "Listen, you can get fucked by the system, or you can say fuck the system". Beyond creating a solid track, listeners are pointed to their website with a call to action to sign a pledge condemning the aforementioned atrocities. These issues are critical for our families, friends, communities, and world.

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They also posted similar things on their website. "A just future is only achievable if we come together and use our collective power to make change".

"Street Livin" marks the first official single from the group since the 2016 song 'Where's The Love' featuring various artists.

Fergie, is still a member of the Black Eyed Peas but has taken a break from the group to focus on her second studio album Double Dutchess, even though, it certainly sounds like her in the chorus of "Street Livin'".

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