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On , there were several females that appeared on that album.Obviously Fergie was the featured female, but on songs like ‘Let’s Get it Started,’ it’s Noelle [Scaggs], and then Fergie, songs like ‘Latin Girls,’ it’s Debi Nova, and ‘Request Line,’ it’s Macy Gray."However, she’s currently focusing on her solo record in partnership with BMG and she's incredibly excited for her fans to hear her new music." The Black Eyed Peas seemingly bid farewell to their leading lady on Thursday (June 1) when leader Will.appeared to announce Fergie’s departure from the group in a statement.“Since the beginning of Black Eyed Peas, we’ve always had amazing vocalists that appeared on the mic with us,” he explained.
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ATLANTA -- Taboo of the Black Eyed Peas has opened up about his recent battle with testicular cancer.
The 41-year-old rapper says he checked into an emergency room in 2014 after having pain throughout his body after a show and found out that he had stage 2 testicular cancer.
This music video is one of two filmed to accompany the song.
The other is based on the experiences of first-generation Filipino Americans and is set in the 1930s.
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"We've been coming to the UK since 1999, and we used to play a place called the Jazz cafe," Taboo told the 10,000 strong audience, according to the BBC.
"The UK has always been supportive of our band.” Before the show, Will.had remained tightlipped about the current line-up of the Black Eyed Pease.
Jaime Gomez, better known as Taboo from the Black Eyed Peas, spoke out about his battle with testicular cancer to tell other patients "You are not alone." Gomez, 41, was diagnosed two years ago after experiencing chronic pain and flu-like symptoms. I ate healthy foods, worked out, and even with all that healthy living, it happened," he said.