In a year that's seen racist, terrorist and homophobic attacks in Turkey, Palestine, Belgium, Orlando, Istanbul, Baghdad and France (the list goes on), it's difficult to find hope among the devastation laid in the wake of hate.
As a result, The Black Eyed Peas have decided to come together to re-release their first single 'Where Is The Love' (originally written following the terrorist attacks of September 11) to inspire the world to share love with one another, fight for freedom and put an end to the atrocities.
The remake sees B.E.P members Will.I.Am, Apl.De.Ap, Taboo and Fergie joined by a group of celebrities for the hit single, such as Jaden Smith, DJ Khaled, Usher, Jamie Foxx, Diddy and Justin Timberlake.
In the promotional teaser for the single, Will.I.Am told Attn that the group decided to re-release the single because, 'everyone was calling on us, like, we need that song again'.
'My grandma said a prayer and said that we shouldn't stay home and be afraid when you're being called on to do as much healing as you can with the gift that was given to us,' he added.
The singer also took the opportunity to praise millennials for their ability to change the world.
'The millennials are powerful, I don't think they realize just how powerful they are.
'I hope this song inspires the millennials to go all out, scream from the tallest mountain, care like your freedom depends on it, pay attention like that is at risk,' he continued.
Watch the video below:
Stop the hate. Find the love.
Proceeds from the remake will go to the i.am.angel foundation – a non-profit founded by will.i.am.