Black Eyed Peas Launch "Masters Of The Sun" Graphic Novel
#DXclusive: As the Black Eyed Peas to launch their new graphic novel, the will.I.I am, says that the group is returning to its roots with new music.
Los Angeles, CA – The most recent musical release of the Black Eyed Peas was their star studded 2016 music video for the revamped version of her 2003 hit "Where Is The Love". Now, they're back to tell a different story — through of the graphic novel.
Catch us at @meltdowncomics 9 August. 5-7p. Q&A + #MastersOfTheSun signings. Live broadcast from the launch 6p. #BEPMelt Win an entry 👉 link in bio
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On Wednesday (8 August).I.am, Taboo and apl.of.ap celebrates the launch of his latest creative project entitled Teachers of the Sun – the Zombie Chronicles. This took the form of a store of the firm at Crisis Comics And Collectibles in Los Angeles, and a livestream of Q&A.
The plot, which was written by will.I.am and inspired by your personal story, go to Los Angeles being attacked by aliens, while the humans are transformed into zombies. The main character, Zulu-X, lands in the center of the action and uses his ingenuity to fight an ancient order.
Marvel In an interview with the three BEP members present (unless Fergie — who said in June that he was still in the group, despite previous reports), Taboo told HipHopDX, "We've been working on it for four years. I just brought the collaboration with Marvel."
#blackeyedpeas speaks in his graphic novel "masters of the sun" 📕 that is based on the personal story of #william
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apl.of.ap explains it this way: "that is what Is going on in our community right now, still. Even all the way to the Philippines. Only we really want to convey a positive message. It is a parallel story. These children trying to save their community and trying to bring positive vibrations."
When asked about upcoming music.I.I'm sure to keep the attention on the book.
"We're in the studio right now, tune the record. We say, 'l