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Black Eyed Peas

Black Eyed Peas

Though together in one form or another since the late eighties, it wasn't until 2003 that this hip hop outfit became a household name as their single 'Where Is The Love' spent a month and a half at the top of the UK charts. Now the proud owners of three Grammys, the band have agreed to write a new song especially for Live Earth.

Interview

Reviews

Jill Follett
Brilliant very entertaining - converted my boyfrien into a fan!

Steph W
normally don't like them but they were awsum! put on a good act and livened up the show!

AL & Jennie Whiteman
We waited all evening to catch them. BRAVO BEP. The whole affair was inspirational; seeing Hamburg, "Wash. D.C.", etc. I will change habits, of course I'm Native Am. & the Earth is First.Thanks BBC, AL Gore, & WALL.

Gemma
Black eyed peas rockedas always cant wait till there back in london again they were the best!

Sam
They were the best there! They managed to get the crowd to their feet with a song which really meant something to the world, "Where is the love"

Charlotte Kinson
I'm not a fan of their music, but the live show was a lot of fun, and they really got the crowd going!

Daniel Jordison
they were rubbish espixcally language

abdi
i think bep was fantasticcliy great

Pete Haynes
The Peas were superb. The acapella song was the best expressed political sentiment I have ever heard. I cried with the power. ap for President

Jay
Did themselves proud as ever!

JonBoy
Really the only band who got the day going! Fantastic!

Faisal
NYC



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