Make A Wish, The Black Eyed Peas - WeForest

Six-time Grammy award-winning, multi-platinum recording artists The Black Eyes Peas have announced that they will release a brand-new album, entitled The Beginning, on November 30th, 2010, on Interscope Records.

The Black Eyed Peas' sixth album, The Beginning is the follow-up to the group's blockbuster CD The E.N.D. Released in June 2009, The E.N.D. has sold more than 11 million copies worldwide, while spending 52 weeks on the Billboard Top 200 chart.

The Black Eyed Peas have shot a video for "The Time (Dirty Bit)," first extract of the new album, with director Rich Lee, who also directed the Peas' "Imma Be Rocking That Body" video, as well as clips for Eminem, The All-American Rejects, Fergie and the Pussycat Dolls.

Ice-Watch collaborated with the superstar group «The Black Eyed Peas» by placing a watch "Sili White" in the new music video of the group. The Black Eyed Peas are massive global pop stars whose music can be heard in any country around the world. Their unique combination of electro rhythms, dance, soul, funk and hip hop has won them legions of fans worldwide and has seduced those at Ice-Watch.

Ice-Watch has joined the many Make-A-Wish contributors who make seriously ill children's wishes come true around the world.

To achieve this, Ice-Watch has joined the Belgian initiative of Make-A-Wish South Belgium with a real desire to participate also in the global effort to obtain donations to help children around the world by creating a watch MAKE-A-WISH by Ice-Watch with the full price of 99 € will be dedicated to the association. Your donation to the Make-A-WISH make a difference and encourage even more Ice-Watch in its efforts globally.

Ice-Watch makes its contribution to reforestation in Ethiopa with WeForest.

The name "Ice-Watch" itself demonstrates the concern of the Ice-Watch Group about unseasonal ice-melting and in particular its concern for the preservation of the environment. With this in mind, Ice-Watch has joined together with the many other donors throughout the world of the international association WeForest which is committed to slowing down climate change.

Ice-Watch has chosen to make its contribution in Ethiopia, with an investment in the immediate planting of 10,000 trees.

If you would also like to take part in this movement and become a part of Ice-Watch's gesture, all you have to do is buy an Ice-Watch WeForest watch at a price of €99 from the website www.weforest.org

All proceeds from the sale go directly to the Association.

Further information: www.ice-watch.com - www.weforest.org