The Black Eyed Peas first released "Where Is the Love" with Justin Timberlake following the 2001 terrorist attacks, but after a year of tragedy, gun violence and hate crimes, they're ready to bring it back.
Will.I.Am, Apl.De.Ap and Taboo will join up again with Fergie as well as several other big names in the industry for a remake of the 2003 hit, which will be released on Thursday.
Kendall Jenner is just one of the celebs who took part in the star-studded music video for the song. She joins people like Jaden Smith, DJ Khaled, Usher, Jamie Foxx, Diddy and more.
In the promotional teaser for the video, released by attn: Will.I.Am explains, "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."
After a year of "separatism" and "racism" following events like the Orlando, Paris and Belgium shootings as well as innocent deaths like that of Alton Sterling, BEP found themselves asking, "Where is the love?" And thus, 13 years later, they've decided their gift is to bring the song back into light.
"Everyone was calling on us, like, we need that song again," Will.I.Am said.
He also explained how he hopes it will effect the generation of millennials. "The millennials are powerful, I don't think they realize just how powerful they are," he explained. "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."