It's been eight years since the Black Eyed Peas released a new song, let alone another album!
However, the hit group—who have won 7 grammy's for their popular music—have recently announced they are finally dropping a new album titled Masters of The Sun.
The exciting news comes after the group released their first single, Big Love which touches on gun violence, police violence, social media disconnection, race, the rise of the alt-right and America's current political climate.
Produced by will.i.am, its strong political stance resembles that of the group's multi-platinum global smash hit, Where is the Love from their album Elephunk.
While “Big Love” features the band’s signature pop-rap song, it is missing something— Fergie.
In February, will.i.am confirmed to the Daily Star that Fergie, 43, had left the group leaving only will.i.am, apl.de.ap and Taboo, as its only members.
"It is more than just a message. This next record is like GPS directions on how to get there. There's a lot of messages out there, but i think the world wants some direction," the talented star said. "How do we get there, though? Because there are so many messages out there; I don't know the right messages from the wrong message. Can you send me the coordinates to get there? This is the coordinates, bro."
Masters of The Sun will be released on October 12.