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So it seems the Black Eyed Peas have turned away from singing about humps and dirty bits and gone back to socially-conscious hip hop – a welcome change in itself but the video for their new single Street Livin’ is actually fantastic to boot. The video is put together with old photographs from the civil rights movement, as well as photographs showing police brutality and the prison system. All in black and white, the photos have been edited with moving mouths rapping along with the group, as well as being cut into layers to give the whole video a sense of depth and purpose.

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