By Cecile Caguingin Ochoa
The Philippines was in the spotlight at the Greek theater Sunday night, June 8 when the Black Eyed Peas’ Apl.de.ap and his band rallied celebrities to entertain a huge crowd in a fundraiser for post-Haiyan/Yolanda rebuilding efforts.
Grammy award-winning US musician Will.I.Am was allowed into Paris’s Louvre museum at two in the morning to record part of a song entitled “Smile Mona Lisa” in front of the famed painting by Leonardo da Vinci, he told reporters in Paris on Wednesday.
By Joseph R. Atilano
This is a well-produced dance-track that should keep the attention focused on Will.i.am for a few months more, at least. The best part about this track is Britney Spears. Even before this track leaked into the internet, there was already a growing buzz surrounding this single that Will.i.am had been heavily promoting each time he could. It has been some time since anybody collaborated with Britney Spears.
By Karen Boncocan
The Black Eyed Peas concert “Where Is the Love? This Is the Love,” set this Tuesday at the SM Mall of Asia (MOA) Concert Grounds, is not just a venue to get a dose of the group’s electro-spiked hip-hop tunes but a special celebration of Filipino-American member apl.de.ap’s roots.
US singer Will.I.Am, frontman of hip-hop group The Black Eyed Peas, wowed locals in a Paris neighborhood park on Saturday, rapping for them personally in a surprise appearance.