Black Eyed Peas new album due October | Inquirer Entertainment

Black Eyed Peas new album due October

/ 07:33 PM September 13, 2018

Image: Interscope Records via AFP Relaxnews

The Black Eyed Peas shared a new track and revealed the group has a new album due to drop next month.

Called “Big Love”, the politically charged song is said to be a “spiritual successor” to the group’s huge hit “Where is the Love?”


The song comes accompanied by the band’s announcement that their latest LP, “Masters of the Sun”, will arrive on Oct. 12, their first studio album in eight years.

Notably, the lineup of the band is now listed as, and Taboo, making this the first Black Eyed Peas single and album since Fergie left the group.

The band will be supporting “Masters of the Sun” with a European tour that kicks off Oct. 27 in London and runs through Nov. 18 in Dusseldorf. JB


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