BLACK EYED PEAS
Formed 27 years ago, Black Eyed Peas began its career with an alternative hip hop groove. Over time, the Californian band began absorbing new influences, such as dance, pop and electronica, establishing itself as a global phenomenon. It conquered the world in 2003, when it reached the top of the charts with the hit "Where is the Love". In 2018, the group released "Masters of The Sun", its first studio album in eight years.
Formed by wiil.i.am, apl.de.ap and Taboo, Black Eyed Peas is a multi-platinum band with seven studio albums and more than 35 million albums sold all over the world, topping the world charts. The artists have won six Grammy awards and eight American Music Awards in their career and have helped shape and define the DNA of popular music both collectively and individually. In their live performances, Black Eyed Peas was the headliner in the largest stages of the world, including Rock in Rio Lisbon and the greatest stage of them all, Super Bowl XLV (in 2011).
Black Eyed Peas has a close relationship with Brazil. In 2006, the song "Mas Que Nada" was remixed and covered by the group featuring Brazilian piano player Sérgio Mendes. The hit reached #13 in Billboard's Hot Dance Music/Club Play chart. In 2011, the group shot a video for their third single, "Don't Stop the Party", featuring stage and backstage scenes of the "The E.N.D World Tour" in various Brazilian cities. The video also shows will.i.am in the Rio de Janeiro sambadrome and panoramic views of Brazilian landscapes and everyday life.