2015 marks the 20th year since the Black Eyed Peas began blessing us all with international hits, so to celebrate the grand anniversary, the diverse group will unleash new music to their PeaBodies.
While visiting UK’s Capital FM, lead member Will.i.am confirmed the pending releases, but was mum on whether the group would drop an actual album.
“OK I can't give too many details, but there's a bunch of Pea Bodies out there that we've been tweeting back and forth for the past couple of days over the excitement of twenty years of Black Eyed Peas,” Will.i.am told Capital. “We're going to have new music. We'll have a bunch of new experiences.”
He continued: “I don't want to call them albums, but we'll have some experiences and a bunch of stuff to get the #PeaBodies and the folks that supported us and got us to this point. So we'll make music for them and we'll just reflect on the dream. The initial dream we had, June 1995.”
If the iconic group releases a new LP, it would be their seventh. Their last project was 2010’s The Beginning.
Member Fergie is also readying a solo album for 2015, which is led by the single “L.A. Love (La La).”
Should be a great year for BEP!