A few weeks back, will.i.am promised fans that a Black Eyed Peas reunion is going to happen soon. Several days ago, the hip -hop band reunited in London at Royal Albert Hall jus without Fergie, even though they looked to have a wonderful time. Fans visited the free concert anticipating a will.i.am solo joined with the launch of a new smart watch.
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“We’ve been coming to the UK since 1999, and we used to play a place called the Jazz cafe. The UK has always been supportive of our band,” stated Taboo.
Singles on the setlist contained “I Gotta Feeling” and “Where is the Love?” with Fergie parts sung by Lydia Lucy, who will.i.am mentored on The Voice show. A spokesperson for the band stated Lucy is not a permanent member. At a recent BBC interview, Will was obscure about whether Fergies absence symbolizes the future of the group.
“In my head, if it’s me and Taboo out at a club, that’s the Black Eyed Peas. If it’s me and apl, it’s the Black Eyed Peas. If it’s me and Fergie, it’s the Black Eyed Peas. Right now, everyone is on their individual tip and I’m trying to build the new vehicle in which the Black Eyed Peas takes form,” Will.i.am stated.