The group we can’t get enough from the Black Eyed Peas ( Will.I.Am, Adl.De.Ap, Taboo and Fergie) are back at it. Remember the hit making song of 2007, Where is The Love by Black Eyed Peas? 2016 brings you a fresher, exciting and better version of that song. Unlike the original song that featured a group of children singing the meaningful classic, the modified rendition features famous people.

Just to mention a few: Whizz Khalifa, Justin Timberlake, Usher, The Game, DJ Khaleed, and Jayden Smith among others and yes Kris Jenner is seen in the video.

The main message conveyed in the song is love. From the song, the world is believed to have witnessed and experienced all sorts of inhumanity, from terrorism to police brutality to albinism discrimination to refugees’ flight to inequality in different backgrounds. In other news, hate and suffering is increasing around the world.  

The mood and tone employed in the song could make you think deep about life, question humanity and if you are weak at heart, you could involuntarily tear down. Yes, it is that song that would give you goose bumps and inspire you to be a better person in society.

The vocals from the Black Eyed Peas and the various famous artists have blended to make the song catchy and appealing.  The beats and melody are way better than the initial song; therefore, this will definitely get more reception.


The video is amazing, you got to agree. It is simple yet captures the attention of the esteemed audience.  The lyrics are deep, straight forward and thought evoking, something that you can relate to in your day to day life.

The Black Eyed Peas have always been that powerful hip hop group that doesn’t shy away from expressing their thoughts and concerns in regards to bettering the world through music and dance. According to an online source, “they inspire people with loose thymes and a positive spirit and funkafied vibe.”

More than ever, the world needs to use anything and everything to provide platforms that are geared towards improving social justice and humanity.

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