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The video directed by and Ernst Weber uses special effects to change time while freezing and duplicating the members of the Black Eyed Peas while they perform the song. “Constant Part 1 and 2.” 

The video shows the group dancing through the New York streets rapping over a beat that samples Slick Rick’s 1985 classic, “La Di Da Di.”  Slick Rick, hip-hop’s most celebrated storyteller makes a cameo in the video.

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Jonathan Damon

Jonathan Damon moved to Fullerton, California from Seaside, California. Jonathan earned his associate's degree in communications at Monterey Peninsula College. Also, his experience with music, modeling, and background acting have only added to his goal of diversifying media in front and behind the camera. He loves networking, eating, and nightlife, furthermore on his downtime he enjoys watching T.V. and keeping up with the latest music and pop culture. He is currently working on his bachelor’s in communications with an emphasis on broadcast journalism at California State University, Fullerton.