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==='''Health'''===
 
==='''Health'''===
According to an interview with the British tabloid The Sun, will.i.am says he suffers from Tinnitus. The disorder, which is common among musicians who've been exposed to loud music for prolonged periods of time is characterised by ringing or buzzing in the ears. are composed almost entirely of excerpts from Obama's speech on January 8, 2008, following the New Hampshire presidential primary election.
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According to an interview with the British tabloid The Sun, will.i.am says he suffers from Tinnitus. The disorder, which is common among musicians who've been exposed to loud music for prolonged periods of time is characterised by ringing or buzzing in the ears. However, there's no further information about this.
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[[File:Tumblr_lcnz14yyBQ1qe8w7lo1_500-1-.jpg|thumb|will.i.am Unique "Lego Hat" fashion sense]]
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==='''Politics'''===
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In January 2008, will.i.am wrote a song, "Yes We Can", in support of the 2008 U.S. presidential campaign of Barack Obama, which became a music video directed by Jesse Dylan. The lyrics of the song are composed almost entirely of excerpts from Obama's speech on January 8, 2008, following the New Hampshire presidential primary election.
   
 
On February 29, 2008, a second video, "We Are the Ones", was released on Dipdive and YouTube. Including cameo appearances from Jessica Alba, Ryan Phillippe, Kerry Washington, pop punk band Yellowcard's front man, Ryan Key, John Leguizamo, Regina King, Tyrese Gibson, Eric Mabius, Tichina Arnold, Adrianne Palicki, comedian George Lopez, and singers Macy Gray, Zoe Kravitz and The Black Eyed Peas' Taboo, the video features everyone chanting "O-BA-MA" as a portrayal as their hopes and wishes for Barack Obama and his presidential campaign.
 
On February 29, 2008, a second video, "We Are the Ones", was released on Dipdive and YouTube. Including cameo appearances from Jessica Alba, Ryan Phillippe, Kerry Washington, pop punk band Yellowcard's front man, Ryan Key, John Leguizamo, Regina King, Tyrese Gibson, Eric Mabius, Tichina Arnold, Adrianne Palicki, comedian George Lopez, and singers Macy Gray, Zoe Kravitz and The Black Eyed Peas' Taboo, the video features everyone chanting "O-BA-MA" as a portrayal as their hopes and wishes for Barack Obama and his presidential campaign.
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