Black Eyed Peas - 'Street Livin

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

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. "Street Livin'" sees will.i.am, apl.de.ap and Tabloo deliver on a socially engaged and powerfully sullen tone.

Prison Industrial Complex. Immigration.

R&B songstress and former group regular Fergie does not feature on the new song. The song itself revolves around social issues like police brutality and gun violence.

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Easing us into their comeback is a maxed-out melancholic jazz sax instrumental that launches Black Eyed Peas into their flow.

Interscope RecordsForget about fun party jams like "Let's Get It Started" and "I Gotta Feeling:" the Black Eyed Peas are back and they're woke.

"What we were thinking in 2003 when we put Fergie in the group, there's so much you can do".

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Black Eyed Peas perform on stage during their concert at the Stade de France in the Paris.

It's not yet known if "Street Livin" is a one-off single or whether the band are in the studio preparing a follow-up to 2010's "The Beginning" LP.

The group tweeted news of the single's release yesterday along with the message "We have the POWER to make change together.These issues are critical for our families, friends, communities, and world. There's just not enough hours in the day".

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