Black Eyed Peas Address Social Issues, Police Brutality & More In “Street Livin” Video

Black Eyed Peas are on the way to delivering their first group album in 8 long years. To get the campaign moving, the Grammy award winning group releases “Street Living,” a video that features strong opinions on social issues like racism in America, immigration reform, unjust prison systems and more.

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In support of BEP’s 2017 graphic novel Masters of the Sun , the group is also introducing a virtual reality experience at the 2018 Sundance Film Festival which will be narrated by Stan Lee and scored in part by Hans Zimmer.

“Street Living” is set to be included on the group’s forthcoming album by the same name Masters of the Sun.

Watch the new video below.

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