"Our leaders are embarrassing," raps will.i.am, on the latest socially-conscious radio single from Black Eyed Peas. "I think they need some parenting." In short, the iconic hitmakers have deemed it time to speak out on a variety of social issues, throwing together a syrupy hook to ensure access to middle America's ear. While the group may have amicably parted ways with Fergie, they remain dedicated to delivering accessible music; this time around, however, they have forsaken earworms in favor of social justice.
To imbued the single with even more social relevance, Black Eyed Peas have decided to donate all proceeds to the March for Our Lives and Families Belong Together foundations. If Donald Trump didn't take "My Humps" off the official white house barbecue playlist, rest assured that he's hitting the delete button as we speak.
A day in a life of a kid in America
Everyone's a critic, watch them criticize your character
Everybody watching you, people love to stare at you
Everybody's greedy ain't nobody tryna share wit' you
Our leaders are embarrassing, I think they need some parenting
Tell me why the playing with the fire and the kersone?