“Don’t You Worry” will be featured on forthcoming BEP album
Black Eyed Peas return with a blockbuster new single entitled “Don’t You Worry” with Shakira & David Guetta via Epic Records. This is the second time the Black Eyed Peas and iconic Colombian singer-songwriter and multiple GRAMMY and Latin GRAMMY winner Shakira have worked together. Their last collaboration, “Girl Like Me” picked up a gold certification from the RIAA and amassed over half-a-billion streams, unlocking unprecedented creative chemistry in the process. The single also reunites Guetta and the Black Eyed Peas who first collaborated in 2009 on the global No. 1 smash “I Gotta Feeling.”
“Don’t You Worry” sees Black Eyed Peas, Shakira, and Guetta level up together on the kind of international banger meant to eclipse genre lines and borders. They each bless the track with a signature flavor, uniting for an undeniable summer anthem that’s as hot as it gets. The music video, by Director X seamlessly translates this energy to the screen.
Additionally, “Don’t You Worry” was specially previewed to fans for a 48 hour pre global release window in Beatstar, the hit music rhythm game, boasting 30 million plus installs since launch in September 2021. Beatstar has already licensed and released earlier Black Eyed Peas songs and is an ardent supporter of the group. Beatstar has started releasing brand new songs on global release day in partnership with select artists, the “Don’t You Worry” partnership took things a step further!
“With 500K players collecting the song in its first 24 hours of release in Beatstar, we are privileged to have contributed to launching this amazing Summer anthem,” shares Simon Hade, Co-Founder Space Ape Games
“Don’t You Worry” paves the way for the group’s mega-anticipated ninth full-length offering that’s coming soon.
During 2020, Black Eyed Peas revealed their international epic album Translation after an eight year hiatus. It soared to No. 3 on the Billboard Top Latin Albums Chart and boasted the double-platinum “RITMO (Bad Boys For Life)” with J Balvin, gold-selling “Mamacita,” and gold-selling “Girl Like Me” with Shakira.