UPDATE: After teasing their new project via a guerrilla marketing campaign by slapping "question mark" stickers on graffitied walls (for instance, over the face of Donald Trump), the Black Eyed Peas have finally revealed what their "Where's The Love" initiative is.
It's a music video for an updated version of the song, which features cameos from Justin Timberlake, Diddy, DJ Khaled, A$AP Rocky, Tori Kelly, Nicole Scherzinger, Jamie Foxx, Jessie J, Andra Day and Jaden Smith.
It is now available on iTunes.
WheresTheLove.com is raising money for victims of police brutality and the officers killed in Dallas.
EARLIER // AUGUST 30:
The Black Eyes Peas are breathing new life into their 2003 hit "Where Is The Love."
Word on the street is the band is getting back together to release a new version of their Elephunk song this Thursday. It's purpose besides distracting Fergie from pursing her solo career is to promote peace – the revised track is thought to be a charity single to raise awareness in the racial equality crisis the nation is embroiled in.
WheresTheLove.com shows a countdown, and below that are funds for Alton Sterling, Philando Castile, Aylan Kurdi and the police officers recently killed in Dallas.
The song may even feature some huge names, including Usher, Justin Timberlake, Mary J. Blige and more.
"What ever happen to the fairness and equality" #dont4get to #payATTN and ask #WHEREStheLOVE tomorrow and everyday after that... @bep @therealmaryjblige @iamjamiefoxx @nicolescherzy @losangelesconfidential @andradaymusic @torikelly @justintimberlake @tydollasign @usher @djkhaled @asaprocky @christiaingrey
Earlier this year, will.i.am confirmed there would be a Black Eyed Peas reunion. "It breaks my heart that I even have to say that because really we should just always have been doing Black Eyed Peas actually,” he said.