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Black Eyed Peas
The Black Eyed Peas (BEP for short) are an American pop and experimental hip-hop music group that formed in East Los Angeles, California in 1995. The group is composed of vocalist and multi-instrumentalist will.i.am and vocalists apl.de.ap, Taboo, and Fergie. Since their third album "Elephunk" in 2003, the group has sold an estimated 35 million albums worldwide and 21 million singles, and 56 million copies with both sales combined. They scored their first worldwide hit with "Where Is the Love?" in 2003, which topped over ten charts worldwide. Another single was the European hit "Shut Up". Their next album "Monkey Business" was another worldwide hit, certified 3x Platinum in the U.S., spawning two hit singles "My Humps" and "Don't Phunk With My Heart".
April 21, 2011
Black Eyed Peas are set to begin work on their new album. The group, who released their sixth album 'The Beginning' in 2010, are due to start work on their next project later this year. Read more
April 20, 2011
Black Eyed Peas have revealed that they will open a music academy in New York. The band's Peapod Foundation will work with the Adobe Foundation to create a Peapod Adobe Youth Voices music academy. Read more
March 16, 2011
The Black Eyed Peas have dedicated their latest music video to the victims of Japan's recent earthquake and tsunami. The video for 'Just Can't Get Enough' was filmed in Japan a week before the natural disaster hit. Read more
February 7, 2011
Black Eyed Peas and The Chemical Brothers will headline this year's Wireless festival in London, it's been announced. The two acts will join Sunday night headliners Pulp at the event, which takes place in hyyde Park from July 1-3. Read more
January 12, 2011
Black Eyed Peas frontman will.i.am has said he believes the band's only competition is themselves. In an interview with the Daily Star, the singer said the grouped planned to push boundaries when they record the follow-up to recent album 'The Beginning'. Read more
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