Release of Will.I.Am’s new Obama video pushed back

It will debut on 'Oprah' tomorrow (Nov 7)

The release of Will.I.Am‘s new video, ‘It’s A New Day’, celebrating Barack Obama‘s victory, has been pushed back.

The Black Eyed Peas frontman’s song will now debut on ‘The Oprah Winfrey Show’ tomorrow (November 7), with a number of celebrities on hand for the video premiere, according to Associated Press.

“This was inspired by America,” Will.I.Am said of the song. “It’s about Obama winning, and really paying tribute to those people who are responsible for that happening, and that’s the American people.”


Will.I.Am has been an outspoken Obama supporter, and created the famous ‘Yes We Can’ video featuring several stars singing the words of the new president’s landmark speech.

–By our Los Angeles staff.

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