Black Eyed Peas
Released a new song called "Awesome" included in commercials for the NBA Playoffs. The song did not feature Fergie.
Released their sixth studio album, The Beginning.
Moved into a more electronic sound with the release of the album The E.N.D..
Moved from A&M to Interscope records.
Visited more than 20 countries for their Black Blue & You World Tour.
Recorded the song "More" for a Pepsi commercial.
Released their fourth studio album, Monkey Business, spawning the hits "Don't Phunk with My Heart" and "My Humps."
Released their breakthrough album Elephunk, the first record to feature the band's new vocalist Fergie, and the first to represent a polished, pop oriented sound.
Released their second album, Bridging the Gap.
Released their first album, Behind the Front with a lineup that included will.i.am, Taboo, apl.de.ap, and background singing by Kim Hill.
Known for such albums as "Monkey Business" and "Elephunk"
Popular songs include "I Gotta Feeling" and "Meet Me Halfway".
First seeds of the band were planted when will.i.am was signed to Ruthless Records with his rapping partner apl.de.ap in 1992, though their album was never released due to label founder Eazy-E's death.
Briefly went by the name "The Black Eyed Pods."
Set themselves apart from many hip-hop acts of the '90s by playing with a live band.
Sierra Swan was a brief member from 1998-2000.