Black Eyed Peas release 'No Manaña' video with Dominican star El Alfa ahead of upcoming album 'Translation'

The group's latest studio album is set to feature a host of Latin music supremos, including J Rey Soul, Shakira, J Balvin, Ozuna, French Montana and Tyga


                            Black Eyed Peas release 'No Manaña' video with Dominican star El Alfa ahead of upcoming album 'Translation'
Black Eyed Peas and El Alfa (Getty Images)

Popular hip-hop and dance-pop outfit Black Eyed Peas have continued to grow in today's contemporary music scene by collaborating with a host of talented artistes. Of late, they have even teamed up with leading musicians from the Latin music community, acknowledging that Latin music is now one of the most listened-to genres in the United States.

Their latest collaboration, a music video with Dominican Dembow recording star El Alfa, is titled 'No Manaña' or 'No tomorrow' in English, and the catchy dance-bop is already trending on YouTube.

El Alfa, also known as El Alfa El Jefe aka The Boss is an influential Dominican rapper with a massive following on Latin urban radio across the US and the Caribbean. He is known for his sizzling brand of music in the Dembow, Latin trap genres, which is a Dominican hybrid of dancehall and reggae, first originating in Jamaica.

You can check out their energetic new video collaboration, which features pulsing beats and a hooky chant: "Let's party like there's no mañana" and El Alfa's rapid-fire flow, below: 



 

When they first announced their new track, the Black Eyed Peas, comprising Will.i.am, Apl.de.apm, and Taboo (J Rey Soul replaced Fergie as their featured artiste) also revealed that they would be dropping their new album, 'Translation', which releases on June 19 via Epic Records. The group's eighth studio album is set to feature a host of guest stars and Latin music supremos, including J Rey Soul, Shakira, J Balvin, Ozuna, French Montana, Becky G, Maluma, Nicky Jam, and Tyga. They had previously released 'Ritmo' with J Balvin and 'Mamacita' with Ozuna and J Rey Soul. 'No Manaña', produced by Will.i.am and co-producer Johnny Goldstein, is their latest offering.

While sharing news of the upcoming album on Twitter, the Black Eyed Peas wrote: "We're on a journey to translate and spread innovative rhythms around the world, and we’re bringing our familia along for the ride."

Promo art for Translation by the Black Eyed Peas (Epic Records)

Here's the tracklist for their upcoming album 'Translation':

'Ritmo (Bad Boys For Life)' with J Balvin
'Feel the Beat' with Maluma
'Mamacita' with Ozuna & J Rey Soul
'Girl Like Me' with Shakira
'Vida Loca' with Nicky Jam & Tyga
'No Mañana' with El Alfa
'Tonta Love' with J Rey Soul
'Celebrate'
'Todo Bueno'
'Duro Hard' with Becky G
'Mabuti' with French Montana
'I Woke Up'
'Get Loose Now'
'Action'
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Fans are already excited about their new song and music video, with one fan saying, "This is going be played at every club when quarantine is over!" Another listener was loving the infectious rhythms saying, "Let’s talk about the beat tho" Another fan exclaimed, "Nicely done Black Eyed Peas. By the end, I was hypnotized and my foot was dancing." Another fan declared, "So happy that BEP is collaborating with amazing Latin artistes!!!"

Watch out for their new album, 'Translation', dropping on June 19.

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