will.i.am doesn't want to "sacrifice" his career for love because he claims he is a "workaholic", and always wanting to move on to follow his next "new dream".
will.i.am doesn't want to "sacrifice" his career for love.
The 42-year-old musician - whose full name is William Adams - has described himself as a "workaholic" and has revealed he has no plans to settle down any time soon because he is always chasing a "new dream".
Speaking about his work and romantic life to the Daily Star newspaper, he said: "I'm a workaholic. I don't want to sacrifice that because of some girl. I'm like: 'There is a new dream to go get.'"
And the 'Scream & Shout' hitmaker has joked he is in the middle of making a robot companion to keep him company.
When asked if he would be best suited to having a man-made gadget as his partner, the 'The Voice UK' judge quipped: "I'm making one."
Meanwhile, will.i.am has teased he is gearing up to make a musical comeback with the Black Eyed Peas, which was originally comprised of apl.de.ap, Taboo, as well as Fergie, and he is currently in the midst of working on an "exciting" project with the group following their hiatus in 2011.
Speaking previously about his upcoming ventures, the record producer said: "I don't want to say the word album because that just dates you, but we're doing a new project. It's really exciting.
"It's the best time to be creative right now with all the tools and folks doing what's best for themselves and creating in different mediums.
"I'm staying very vague but I'm so excited about the stuff we're going to do this year.
"And I love tech, so it's going to be jam-packed with some awesome f***ing tech.
"I'm smiling on the inside because I just can't wait for you folks to see it. Every time the Black Eyed Peas get back together, something has changed in the music industry."
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