Will.I.Am announced via Twitter yesterday that the world’s largest computer chip manufacturer, Intel, has named him creative director in a multi-year agreement. “Its official. I just became the director of creative innovation for Intel. Every beat I make is made with intel. And now were partners,” will Tweeted. He will help the company develop smart [cont.]
Another effects-driven video from BEP, this time sampling the Dirty Dancing theme.
Black Eyed Peas serve up another on from The Beginning, due Nov. 30th. It ain’t no joke.
The Black Eyed Peas are heading back to The Beginning with variant album covers for Standard and Deluxe versions of their sixth album dropping November 30. The official artwork features 8-bit versions of will.i.am, Fergie, Taboo, and apl.de.ap. While the title of The E.N.D. was a play on words (standing for “The Energy Never Dies”), [cont.]
BEP cover “(I Had) The Time Of My Life” from Dirty Dancing. We’re Swayze. Too soon, ya’ll, too soon. LISTEN: Black Eyed Peas – “The Time (The Dirty Bit)”
The Peas run through a collection of hits, including “Where Is The Love”, “Pump It”, “Meet Me Halfway”, “Boom Boom Pow”, and of course, “I Gotta Feeling”.
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David Guetta debuted the “Getting Over You Remix” last night at Winter Music Conference in a big way, bringing out LMFAO and Black Eyed Peas to perform the as of yet unreleased remix live. They also did the requisite performance of “I Gotta Feeling”, also known as the millennial “Don’t Stop Believin’”. The lighting on [cont.]
MTV Shows The G-Unit’s most talented member speaks on working on his next LP, and how he has been influenced by the music he’s heard while on tour overseas. “The music overseas, the party atmospheres — it’s incredible,” Banks offered. “Don’t get me wrong, I love the club scenes in New York City and the [cont.]
MTV posts highlights from the Black Eyed Peas show at Madison Square Garden last night, as each Ludacris, LMFAO, Kelly Rowland, and David Guetta made appearances on stage next to the biggest group in hip-pop. [Source: MTV]
There’s some hot, delicious, irony stew brewing at the beginning of this video. “We’re not robots,” cries Fergie!
In perhaps the greatest post-violence interview since Rodney King’s “Can’t We All Just Get Along” speech, teary-eyed scumbag de jour, Perez Hilton speaks from bed, with tissues and emotional chocolate box off camera. Perez explains his side of the story in the recent altercation he had with hardcore gangster rap group, Black Eyed Peas, whose [cont.]
This critic chronicles the Black Eyed Peas in two eras: “B.F.” and “A.F.”. “B.F.” refers to the great era before Fergie, while “A.F.” refers to…well you get the drift. Granted their commercial success is attributed to Mrs. Fergie, a leftover from failed 90′s pop group, Wild Orchid. Because of this, their hip-hop credibility has suffered [cont.]
When The Black Eyed Peas debuted, they were critically acclaimed, with many claiming them the heirs to the Native Tongue movement. Three albums later, the Black Eyed Peas have undergone a huge makeover, mainly the addition of former Wild Orchid member Fergie, and have gone from acquired taste to world pop stars. While some [cont.]
When Black Eyed Peas made their debut in 1998 with Behind The Front, they surprised everyone, delivering a fresh perspective on an art form that would grow increasingly commercial with each consecutive year passed. This was their 3 Feet High and Rising, and while BEP never carried the lyrical content that De La Soul did, they however [cont.]
Black Eyed Peas gets ready to deliver their second album, “Bridging The Gaps”. HipHopSite sat down with them and got the full scoop…. HipHopSite: So, with the new album coming out, “Bridging the Gaps”, this time you have a lot of guest appearances. Who is featured on this album? Will I Am: It’s really not [cont.]
After introducing their multi-culture style of honest, instrumentally driven hip-hop to the masses two years ago with Behind The Front, and it’s breakthrough single “Joints and Jams”, the trio returns to the scene to pick up right where their debut left off. Bridging The Gap is the second chapter in the BEP empire’s legacy, and [cont.]
Just when you thought you wouldn’t hear anything more from the Black Eyed Peas, they come with an amazing remix to “Karma”. “One Way” brings back the classic b-side track. The cosmic ringing fused with the vibey Tribe sound, and classic drum break, proves that the Peas will definitely have longevity in this game, bringing [cont.]
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