It's been nearly 20 years since the Black Eyed Peas dropped their debut album, Behind The Front. When they emerged into the game, they were deeply rooted in the essence of hip hop but by the time the early 2000's rolled around, they shed that for a much more pop-centric sound. They had a pretty incredible run in the music industry but it's been a minute since they dropped an album. Earlier this year, they released their first single in over seven years, "Street Livin'." Today, they drop off their latest single, "Ring The Alarm Pt. 1, Pt. 2, Pt. 3."
Black Eyed Peas return with their latest single, "Ring The Alarm Pt. 1, Pt. 2, Pt. 3." Their latest effort runs for six minutes long and broken down into three parts. Will.I.Am, Apl.De.Ap and Taboo take on a different role with each part of the song. The hook also has an anonymous female singing over it. Unlike their last album, it feels like they've gone back to their roots in hip hop.
Keep your eyes peeled for more music from Black Eyed Peas. The song is currently available in select international markets and will be available in North America at midnight.
Got a bird eye view, wanna elevate
No illuminati, baby I'm God body
The rapture like blondie, wakin' up a zombie