BLACK EYED PEAS Hit "Where Is The Love" Re-Enters iTunes Chart Amid #BlackLivesMatter Protest

Karen Jane Ng

Posted at June 04, 2020

As the Black community and their allies continue to fight against injustice, the Black Eyed Peas' socially relevant hit from 2003, "Where is the Love?", has re-entered the US iTunes chart.

More than a decade later, the song's message against brutality and racism still rings true today. It's now back in the Top 20 on the said chart.

Protestors were also captured singing the BEP hit from the streets.

Back in 2016, the Black Eyed Peas released a new version of "Where is the Love?" to rally behind gun shooting victims and support the Black Lives Matter movement.

Courtesy: Black Eyed Peas

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