"Street Livin'": Black Eyed Peas go back to basics on new single

Sergio Conner
January 12, 2018

After several years with no new music, the four-piece group has returned by releasing a surprise track "Street Livin" as well as its music video. The group is now down to three members - will.i.am, apl.de.ap and Taboo - as singer Fergie takes a break to promote her latest solo album.

The single was released on Tuesday (Jan. 9) morning, as the group's official Twitter account shared the profound track specifying the focal points of the track and its matched visual which include immigration reform, the prison industrial complex, gun violence, and police brutality. These issues are critical for our families, friends, communities, and world.

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R&B songstress and former group regular Fergie does not feature on the new song. According to Black Eyed Peas, "The song was inspired by their ambitious groundbreaking graphic novel distributed by Marvel Comics, "Masters of the Sun: The Zombie Chronicles" and the issues that were present in the novel (80's) are still major issues that we are battling today". We've never broken up officially, I guess we're just on a break. Unlike more recent examples of the band, however, this song lyrically makes us think, giving us more to sink our teeth into beyond "boom, boom, pow".

"Honestly, I would have loved to be able to do my album in one tenth of the time, do a Black Eyed Peas album in that same time, tour both, have another child".

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