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The Black Eyed Peas' New Video 'Yesterday' Is All Nostalgia And No Fergie

We got a feeling today is gonna be a good day.

The Black Eyed Peas released a new video through Apple Music for their single "Yesterday" on Friday, and it'll definitely take you back. The video consists of will.i.am, apl.de.ap and Taboo looking through old records and paying tribute to some of the greatest artists to ever pick up a mic, including N.W.A., Wu-Tang Clan and the Beastie Boys. 

Notably, the video also apparently takes you back to a time when Fergie wasn't in the group. The Peas originally got together in the '90s, but Fergie Ferg didn't join until the 2000s. The singer seems to be missing on the track and in the video, but before you go asking, "Where is the love?" an Instagram Fergie sent out makes it seem like everything is all good:

A photo posted by Fergie (@fergie) on

Earlier this year, Digital Spy asked the singer if she was involved in the 20-year Black Eyed Peas anniversary project that will.i.am had mentioned. At that time she said, "I haven't been in the group for 20 years, so it's more their anniversary of being together for 20 years."

We should've guessed Fergie was cool with it. Big girls don't cry. Da da da da.

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