A video interspersing clips from Joe Biden’s Democratic National Convention speech with an updated version of the Black Eyed Peas song “Where is the love” now has almost 23 million views on YouTube. Jennifer Hudson sings the song, along with several members of the Black Eyed Peas. The song now just dubbed “The Love” spotlights clips of social injustice, along with all the reasons people should be voting this year. The Black Eyed Peas write:
On November 3rd, the United States will decide as a nation which path it would like to walk, a path which will affect generations to come. We want this video to be a reminder that in these unprecedented times, we must stand together. We must choose the path we would like to walk for our future, and whether that path is one of inequality and hate– or equality, unity, and love. We would like to formally invite you to #VOTELOVE this November 3rd.
And Hudson adds:
Now is the time each one of us must raise our voice. It is so important to amplify this call to action. This is about the future we’d like to see. It’s my hope that every single person who can vote is inspired to make their voice heard!
Hudson and the Black Eyed Peas will also take part in a concert this Sunday for the Biden campaign. Others appearing include Jon Bon Jovi, Cher, Ciara, Foo Fighters, John Legend, Dave Matthews, Pink, and many more.
Watch “The Love” above.