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Black Eyed Peas Releases Powerful New Fergie-Less Single, Street Livin'

Eight years after their last studio album, the Black Eyed Peas--now a trio of will.i.am, apl.de.ap and Taboo--have dropped a surprise new single, "Street Livin'." 

The Fergie-less tune, which is inspired by will.i.am's Masters of the Sun: The Zombie Chronicles comic book, is a definite nod to the band's pure hip-hop roots, as it features the trio rapping about modern societal issues over an old-school, jazz-flecked backdrop. 

“In a world where our most basic human rights are often ignored and the system doesn’t respect us, a just future is only achievable if we come together and use our collective power to make change,” the band said in a statement on their website. 

In 1992 me and @apldeap was signed to @eazyeog & #RuthlessRecords in 1995 we started @bep and brought @taboo into the mix... The music we made then felt just like this...conscience and electric soul with a touch of jazz... I'm so happy to return to our roots and speak on issues that's has been plaguing our inner cities... This new @bep project starts now with #StreetLivin... This is he opposite of pop and my soul feels at peace with a fiery purpose... It doesn't matter If a billion people hear it or if 10 people hear it as long as we wake up 1 person with this message... #stayWoke and #wakeUP is the movement... #letsgo

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