BEP's frontman will.i.am shows his love for Brazil in the video for "Great Times", the newest single from his upcoming fourth solo album "#Willpower", due out in March! I really like this song, I mean, by no means it will be a #1 worldwide hit, but it's "Great Times" is a such feel-good tune, with a sick club/fist-pumping moments. Plus, the whole message is very uplifting; "I hope you're ready, Great times are coming, Let's celebrate the good times", sings Will in the catchy hook.
As for the music video, this actually premiered a couple weeks ago on some Brazilian tv channel, but looks like no one ripped it 'cause no one outside that country saw it then. All till now, when the clip has finally hit the Web for everybody's viewing pleasure. The clip is basically a Rio de Janeiro tribute. It features footage from Will's recent promo trip to the city. The "Great Times" shows Fergie's friend hitting the Ipanema beach, riding his fancy car across the Rio streets, experiencing the country's festive nightlife, and posing with a breath-taking landscape of Rio city in the background.
What do YOU think of the music video/song?
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