Resistance to the Black Eyed Peas’ party reign is futile. Their joyous club records have not only taken over America, but country by country, the planet.
In the video for “Don’t Stop The Party,” their latest single from The Beginning, the group uses tour footage from numerous trips overseas to show that folks from every hemisphere are dancing to their grooves. Check it out after the jump:
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Really, why would anyone want to stop them? Did you see all that positive energy—the thousands of people forming hearts with their hands and singing along to lyrics like “Music is my medicine/ You won’t catch me settling”? No harm in that, my friends.
The clip does run a bit long, though. After minute four, the point’s been made. What do you think of the Peas’ latest offering. Let us know in the comments section below.
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