Black Eyed Peas support's education campaign


Posted at Sep 12 2011 01:18 PM | Updated as of Sep 12 2011 09:18 PM

Black Eyed Peas support's education campaign 

MANILA, Philippines - Hip hop artists The Black Eyed Peas are set to launch an education campaign in Manila as a form of support to one of their members, Fil-American

"We Can Be Anything," a partnership between the Foundation and the Ninoy Cory Aquino Foundation, will be launched during the Black Eyed Peas concert at the SM Mall of Asia grounds on October 25.

The campaign aims to raise funds to build public school classrooms and learning centers., whose real name is Allan Pineda, recently visited his hometown in Pampanga to donate a music library and a computer room.

For the campaign, Pineda wrote a song titled "We Can Be Anything," which he hopes will empower today's youth to fulfill their dreams. The song's music video will be aired on MYX on September 18 at around 8 p.m.

Other members of The Black Eyed Peas include Fergie, and Taboo. They are all set to perform hit songs from their albums "The E.N.D." and "The Beginning."