Black Eyed Peas Group Releases New Video To Protest Against Police Brutality

BALTIMORE, MD (AFRICAN EXAMINER) – The Black Eyed Peas have lamented police brutality, raging insurgency and the multiple effects such killing and human displacement, by releasing a video to the remix for their popular single “Where is the Love?”

The artistes used the new video to bemoan how countries were torn apart by war and refugees fleeing their homes, as well as #BlackLivesMatter – police brutality against black people in the US.

The group is featured among other artistes who have contributed to the current track and its accompanying video.

Specifically, the video features music stars such as: DJ Khaled; P. Diddy; Mary J. Blige; Snoop Dogg; Usher; Kendall Jenner; Justin Timberlake; A$AP Rocky and Jaden Smith. Others are: Jamie Foxx; The Game; Kris Jenner; Nicole Scherzinger; Cassie; Winnie Harlow; Lance Bass; Ty Dolla $ign and others.

Interestingly, one of the victim’s relative, Sandra Sterling – aunt of Alton Sterling, who was brutalized by the Police also featured in the video.