will.i.am is out with the music video to his new single ‘Feelin’ Myself’, featuring Miley Cyrus, French Montana and Wiz Khalifa, off the expanded version of the Black Eyed Peas rapper’s fourth studio album ‘#willpower’, out now on Interscope Records. Watch the Michael Jurkovac and Pasha Shapiro directed video via YouTube below.
will.i.am is out with the music video to his new single ‘This Is Love’, featuring Eva Simons. The track is off the Black Eyed Peas member’s fourth studio album ‘#willpower’, out July 2nd on Interscope Records. The video was shot on London’s south bank, with the Tower Bridge in the background. Watch it via Vevo below.
will.i.am of the Black Eyed Peas checked in with his Twitter followers (@iamwill) moments ago as he continues his role on the UK version of ‘The Voice’ as a mentor. The 37-year-old writes:
I’m nervous for the first live battles #voiceuk…I haven’t been this nervous since we played a concert in brazil in front of 1.5million ppl
The second time I was this nervous is when we opened the world cup in south africa and a billion people watch on tv…#voiceuk #nervous
The 3rd time I was this nervous is when we played the superbowl in america and more than 200million people watched on tv…#voiceuk #nervous
The 4th time I was this nervous is when I had to ask my mom for permission to go on tour in 98…I was afraid she would say no…#voiceuk
will.i.am is out with his new single ‘Go Home’, off the Black Eyed Peas member’s upcoming album ‘#willpower’. Listen via YouTube below.
will.i.am recently joined the University of Wisconsin marching band at LA Live in Los Angeles for a performance of his new song ‘Great Times’. The celebration was part of the pep rallies for the 2012 Rose Bowl game between Wisconsin and Oregon, as well as the iamFIRST initiative to create awareness for will.i.am’s efforts with education. The 301 person marching band, led by Professor Michael Leckrone, chose ‘Great Times’ for its fitting lyrics and energy. The track is the Brazilian promo single for the Black Eyed Peas star’s upcoming solo album, ‘#WILLPOWER’, which is due out soon.
will.i.am is also working with Ultrabook, an ultra portable laptop computer, as part of The Ultrabook Project. Using only his eyes, ears, and his Ultrabook, will.i.am will travel around the globe, writing and recording one new song inspired by each city he visits. Visit The Ultrabook Project website for more information on how to get involved.
Watch ‘Great Times’ with the University of Wisconsin Marching Band.
will.i.am is out with the music video for his club thumping new single, ‘T.H.E (The Hardest Ever)’ featuring Mick Jagger and Jennifer Lopez. The video, directed by Rich Lee, finds the Black Eyed Peas member charging down a runway through all sorts of obstacles, and features performances by Jagger and Lopez. The song is available on iTunes, and will appear on will.i.am’s upcoming solo album, ‘#WILLPOWER’, due in 2012.
will.i.am put together a new remix and video for the song ‘Drop It Low’, from the film ‘Rio’. The Black Eyed Peas member said, “I did a fun remix taking my dialog and turning it into a song.” will.i.am voices the character of Pedro in the movie that hits theaters on Friday. Watch it via Dipdive.com below.
will.i.am of the Black Eyed Peas sounded off on America’s involvement in military action in Libya, suggesting the money would be better off spent domestically. Will told his Twitter followers (@iamwill) on Saturday (March 19):
What’s wrong with the world???
Its funny were quick to spend money and fight other country’s problems? But in the USA its impossible to fight for new jobs, and education
Its strange that it takes speeches and division & politics to send our youth off into the future equipped. but its easy to send missiles
Its saddens me that its so hard to create new jobs that are healthy for americas future, but jobs of war take no time at all…
Do you know how many people die every year because of diabetes? Do you know how many people will be without jobs due to no education?
How healthy is america 20years from now, (physically and economic)I think about it, what more terrorising? Where are we going?
We can’t and shouldn’t fix anyone’s problems until we fix our own…we learned that from iraq…ahhh…what are we doing?
Do you know how much it cost to do what we are dong right now??? Who approves things….who’s future & best interest is being protected???
I’m not saying we shouldn’t support people in need and suffering. but you don’t deny your own people and ignore the cry out new jobs and edu
we are answering the calls of threatened people. so they send missiles. “In the USA” every youths future is threatened..do they respond?
I’m not saying we shouldnt be in libya. I’m saying we shouldn’t continue to ignore our problems and put them off, and have more speeches?
@BarackObama I “hope” we respond to american issues as fast as we did libya’s. isn’t our youths future is threatened…???
will.i.am of the Black Eyed Peas spoke with The Sun about his support of U.S. President Barack Obama, who he helped out in during the campaign season with the ‘Yes We Can’ all-star music video. “Obama has done a great deal as President up to this point and I don’t care about any backlash,” Will said. “I don’t follow waves or trends or emotions. If I did I would never have supported Obama in the first place. Being President is not a two-year fix. It’s got to be an eight-year ride and I’m in there with him. It took us eight years under Bush to get us in this mess. At least give the dude eight years to get us out of it. Give the guy a chance. I saw him at The White House a few months ago and he was finding it tough. We need to get behind him as a country.”
will.i.am and Nicki Minaj are out with the UK version of the music video for their new single ‘Check It Out’, features a latex wearing Cheryl Cole of Girls Aloud. The song is off Nicki’s debut album ‘Pink Friday’, out November 22nd on Young Money Entertainment, Cash Money Records and Universal Motown. Watch it at YouTube.