Black Eyed Peas member Will.I.Am. is aiming to share some from the Rovers Return pub. In his next music video, the hip-hop star will be working with the cast of U.K.'s long-running TV shows "Coronation Street".
Spilled by "Coronation Street" cast member Beverly Collard, Metro reported that Will.I.Am is keen on having the music video at the set of the show's famous pub. The actress also added that Will.I.Am, who also sits as a judge on U.K.'s version of "the Voice," has invited the cast to join in on the project, to which they are all exited to be part of.
This comes after Will.I.Am, along with fellow "the Voice" judges Jennifer Hudson, Tom Jones and Gavin Rossdale took a visit on the set of Rovers Return a couple of months back. There the judges were taught how to 'pull pints' with Collard, who plays as the pub's landlady Liz McDonald. It seems that the experience was sensational for the musician and producer that he decided to include it on a future music video.
Meanwhile, Will.I.Am has recently revealed to be working on a new solo album, titled "Songs About Partying," Huffington Post reported. His last album, "#willpower," was released in 2013, with collaboration tracks featuring Britney Spears, Justin Bieber, Eva Simmons and the Korean group 2NE1, among others.
Will.I.Am, also known as William James Adams Jr., started his musical career when he met Allan Pineda, also known as Apl.De.Ap of Black Eyed Peas, during his eighth grade. Performing under the group "Atban Klann," they caught the eye of one famous rapper from Compton, Eazy-E. The group was then signed to Ruthless Records in 1992 and was recording their first album that unfortunately was not released due to the sudden death of Eazy-E in 1995.
Will.I.Am and Apl then formed the Black Eyed Peas with Jamie Gomez, aka Taboo, later on followed by Fergie Duhamel, aka Fergie. The group then rose to stardom with their third studio album "Elephunk," with the song "Where is the Love?" bringing fame to the foursome.© 2019 Mstars News, All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.