Black Eyed Peas

Black Eyed Peas is an American hip-hop group from Los Angeles, which includes: multi-instrumentalist and vocalists Fergie, and Taboo.

The history of the band began in 1988, when the eighth graders William Adams ( and Allen Pineda ( decided to combine their efforts to create their own group. Soon they started rapping in various Los Angeles nightclubs, calling them the Atban Klann duo (a tribe outside the nation). The duo quickly gained popularity among local rap and break dance parties.

 In 1997, the third member, Jaime Luis Gomez (Taboo) joined the Atban Klann. They changed the name to Black Eyed Peas.

 In 1998, the band released the debut album Behind the Front and received critical acclaim. The single from this album "Joints & Jam" became the soundtrack to the film Bulward (1998).

In 2002, Stacy Fergus joins Black Eyed Peas (Fergie), after which "The" is added to the title. From this moment, BEP begins climbing to the heights of glory.

In June 2005, the fourth album "Monkey Business" was released with singles "Do not Phunk with My Heart", "Do not Lie", "My Humps", "Pump It".

The fifth studio album The E.N.D. It was released on June 3, 2009 in Japan and June 9th worldwide. The first two official singles "Boom Boom Pow" and "I Gotta Feeling" held on top of the Billboard Hot 100 chart for a total of six months (respectively 12 and 14 weeks), which was a record.

In 2011, The Black Eyed Peas announced the suspension of its activities. In 2015, three members of the team -, and Taboo - starred in a video yesterday, dedicated to the band's 20th anniversary. Vorka Fergie did not join her colleagues.

Reunification (2016 - present).

On April 8, 2016 one of the members of the team announced the reunion of the band and the recording of the new album.

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