Black Eyed Peas to descend on Tel Aviv

American hip hop group Black Eyed Peas has been booked to perform at Tel Aviv's Bloomfield Stadium on July 3.

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April 11, 2006 09:16
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And the hits just keep on coming. If Roger Waters, Ricky Martin, Sting, Depeche Mode and 50 Cent weren't enough to satiate the musical appetites of starving Israeli pop fans this summer, one more international act has been added to the mix. American hip hop group Black Eyed Peas has been booked to perform at Tel Aviv's Bloomfield Stadium on July 3, Ynet reported. With soul and jazz influences, the socially conscious group have become one of the top-selling acts since their 1998 debut album Behind the Front. The group's third album, 2003's Elephunk brought them huge success. And their latest album, Monkey Business, has secured the group their slot atop the hip hop pile. Their touring line-up consists of three MC/singers, including crowd favorite Fergie, and a four-piece band.

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