Tag: Black Eyed Peas

Thursday 11/17/22 7pm ET: Feature LP: Black Eyed Peas – Elevation (2022)

Black Eyed Peas – Elevation, Released November 11, 2022

1 Simply the Best 3:56
2 Muevelo feat: Anuel AA 4:06
3 Audios 3:40
4 Double D’z feat: J. Rey Soul 3:20
5 Bailar Contigo feat: Daddy Yankee 3:43
6 Get Down feat: Nicky Jam 3:51
7 Dance 4 U 4:35
8 Guarantee 3:40
9 Filipina Queen feat: Bella Poarch 3:30
10 Jump 3:35
11 In the Air 3:40
12 Fire Starter 3:13
13 No One Loves Me feat: Nicole Scherzinger 4:23
14 Don’t You Worry feat: David Guetta / Shakira 3:14
15 L.O.V.E. feat: Ozuna 3:57

Tuesday 3/15/22 10am ET: Artist Countdown: Black Eyed Peas Top 30 Hits

Black Eyed Peas (also known as The Black Eyed Peas) is an American musical group consisting of rappers will.i.am, apl.de.ap, and Taboo and singer J. Rey Soul. Originally an alternative hip hop group, they subsequently refashioned themselves as a more marketable pop-rap act. Although the group was founded in Los Angeles in 1995, it was not until the release of their third album, Elephunk, in 2003, that they achieved high record sales.

Black Eyed Peas’ first major hit was the 2003 single “Where Is the Love?” from Elephunk, which topped the charts in 13 countries, including the United Kingdom, where it spent seven weeks at number one and went on to become Britain’s biggest-selling single of 2003. Their fourth album, Monkey Business, was an even bigger worldwide success, and became certified 3× Platinum in the United States. In 2009, the group became one of only 11 artists to have simultaneously held the number-one and number-two spots on the Billboard Hot 100, with their singles “Boom Boom Pow” and “I Gotta Feeling”, which topped the chart for an unprecedented 26 consecutive weeks.

The album The E.N.D. produced a third Hot 100 number-one placement with “Imma Be”, making the group one of few to ever place three number one singles on the chart from the same album, before being followed with “Rock That Body” and “Meet Me Halfway”, which peaked in the top 10 of the Hot 100. “I Gotta Feeling” became the first single to sell more than one million downloads in the United Kingdom. At the 52nd Grammy Awards ceremony, held in January 2010, they won three awards out of six nominations. In November 2010, they released the album The Beginning. In February 2011, the group performed in the Super Bowl XLV halftime show.

Black Eyed Peas have sold an estimated 80 million records, making them one of the best-selling groups of all time. They were ranked 12th on Billboard’s 2000s Decade-End Artist of the Decade Chart, and 7th on the Hot 100 Artists of the Decade.

1 – I Gotta Feeling – 2009
2 – The Time (Dirty Bit) – 2010
3 – Where Is the Love? – 2003
4 – Boom Boom Pow – 2009
5 – My Humps – 2005
6 – Meet Me Halfway – 2009
7 – Don’t Phunk with My Heart – 2005
8 – Just Can’t Get Enough – 2011
9 – Hey Mama – 2004
10 – Pump It – 2006
11 – Don’t Lie – 2005
12 – Let’s Get It Started – 2004
13 – Shut Up – 2003

14 – Rock That Body – 2010
15 – Don’t Stop the Party – 2011
16 – Mas que Nada (Sérgio Mendes featuring the Black Eyed Peas) – 2006
17 – Ritmo (with J Balvin) – 2019
18 – Mamacita (with Ozuna and J Rey Soul) – 2020
19 – Request + Line (featuring Macy Gray) – 2001
20 – Imma Be – 2009

21 – #Wheresthelove – 2016
22 – Girl like Me (with Shakira) – 2020
23 – Alive – 2009
24 – Gone Going (featuring Jack Johnson) – 2006
25 – Showdown – 2009
26 – Weekends (featuring Esthero) – 2000
27 – Feel the Beat (with Maluma) – 2020
28 – Light Up the Night – 2010
29 – Tonta Love (Feat Jr. Rey Soul) – 2010
30 – Shake Ya Boom Boom – 2020

Thursday 6/3/21 2pm ET: Sounds of 2000

Featuring music from 2000 – 2009. This week music from Fantasia, Disturbed, Cher, Elton John, Santana, Bo Bice, Michael Jackson, Black Eyed Peas and more . . .

Saturday 8/8/2020 1am ET: Feature LP: Black Eyed Peas – Translation (2020)

Translation is the eighth studio album by American pop rap group Black Eyed Peas. It was released on June 19, 2020, by Epic Records. The album features guest appearances from Shakira, J Balvin, Ozuna, Maluma, Nicky Jam, Tyga, El Alfa, Piso 21, Becky G, French Montana and J Rey Soul.

1. “Ritmo” (featuring J Balvin) 3:41
2. “Feel the Beat” (featuring Maluma) 3:57
3. “Mamacita” (featuring Ozuna and J. Rey Soul) 4:11
4. “Girl Like Me” (featuring Shakira) 3:42
5. “Vida Loca” (featuring Nicky Jam and Tyga) 3:54
6. “No Mañana” (featuring El Alfa) 3:39
7. “Tonta Love” (featuring J. Rey Soul) 3:50
8. “Celebrate” 3:39
9. “Todo Bueno” (featuring Piso 21) 3:50
10. “Duro Hard” (featuring Becky G) 3:25
11. “Mabuti” (featuring French Montana) 4:16
12. “I Woke Up” 3:30
13. “Get Loose Now” 2:27
14. “Action” 4:12
15. “News Today” 4:16

Feature Year: 1975 6pm ET

On this installment of Feature Year: 1975.

January 19 – Thomas Hart Benton, American artist (b. 1889) Died
January 24 – Jazz pianist Keith Jarrett plays the solo improvisation ‘The Köln Concert‘ at the Cologne Opera, which, recorded live, becomes the best-selling piano recording in history.
February 4 – Louis Jordan, American musician (b. 1908) Died
February 20 – Brian Littrell, American pop singer (Backstreet Boys)
February 21 – Mark Ross, American Rock Singer and Entrepreneur
February 23 – In response to the energy crisis, daylight saving time commences nearly 2 months early in the United States.
March 12 – Kelle Bryan, English singer (Eternal)
March 15 – will.i.am, American rapper and singer (Black Eyed Peas)
March 25 – Melanie Blatt, English singer (All Saints)
March 27 – Stacy Ferguson (Fergie), American pop/R&B singer/rapper of the Black Eyed Peas and actress
April 30 – Vietnam War: The Fall of Saigon: The Vietnam War ends as Communist forces from North Vietnam take Saigon, resulting in mass evacuations of Americans and South Vietnamese. As the capital is taken, South Vietnam surrenders unconditionally.
May 8 – Enrique Iglesias, American singer
May 15 – Peter Iwers, Swedish rock bassist (In Flames)
May 18 – Jack Johnson, American singer-songwriter
May 18 – Leroy Anderson, American composer (b. 1908) Died
May 25 – Lauryn Hill, American singer
May 27 – Andre 3000, American rapper, singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, record producer and actor
May 29 – Melanie Brown, British singer (Spice Girls)
June 23 – KT Tunstall, Scottish singer-songwriter
June 29 – Tim Buckley, American singer/songwriter (b. 1947) Died
July 6 – Curtis Jackson, American rapper (50 Cent)
July 9 – Jack White, American rock and blues musician
July 19 – Lefty Frizzell, American singer (b. 1928) Died
July 30 – In Detroit, Michigan, former Teamsters Union president Jimmy Hoffa is reported missing.
August 5 – U.S. President Ford posthumously pardons Robert E. Lee, restoring full rights of citizenship.
August 5 – Eicca Toppinen, Finnish cellist (Apocalyptica)
September 3 – Jennifer Paige, American singer
September 3 – Redfoo, American disc jockey, LMFAO
September 9 – Michael Bublé, Canadian musician
September 10 – R. Luke DuBois, American composer and artist
September 11 – Brad Fischetti, American musician
September 17 – Constantine Maroulis, American singer
September 22 – U.S. President Gerald Ford survives a second assassination attempt, this time by Sara Jane Moore in San Francisco.
October 1 – Thrilla in Manila: Muhammad Ali defeats Joe Frazier in a boxing match in Manila, Philippines.
October 11 – NBC airs the first episode of Saturday Night Live (George Carlin is the first host; Billy Preston and Janis Ian the first musical guests).
October 14 – Shaznay Lewis, English singer (All Saints)
October 15 – Ginuwine, American singer
November 5 – Jamie Spaniolo (Jamie Madrox), American rapper
November 14 – Faye Tozer, English singer (Steps)
December 11 – Lee Wiley, American jazz singer (b. 1908) Died
December 13 – Tom DeLonge, American guitarist and vocalist
December 17 – Noble Sissle, American jazz composer (b. 1889) Died
December 24 – Bernard Herrmann, American film composer (b. 1911) Died
December 25 – Iron Maiden is formed by Steve Harris.