The Black Eyed Peas co-founder's fourth solo album takes a bold title, as will follows up 2007's "Songs About Girls."
Black Eyed Peas co-founder will.i.am is back to pursuing his solo career. As the multi-platinum veteran Hip Hop-turned-Pop outfit goes on recording hiatus, the Los Angeles, California producer/singer/emcee has announced plans to release a project called Black Einstein.
This will be the fourth official solo project for the onetime Ruthless Records artist. In 2001, will kicked off his solo career with BBE Beat Generation Series release Lost Change, which featured Planet Asia and Mykill Miers. Most recently, in 2007, the Grammy Award-winning producer released Songs About Girls on Interscope Records, which featured Snoop Dogg.
Black Einstein has yet to have a release date announced. BEP band-mate Fergie is who notified the press of will's plans, explaining to HollywoodScoop.com.