5 Best Black Eyed Peas Ringtones
Which catchy tunes are perfect to create the five best Black Eyed Peas Ringtones? The Black Eyed Peas formed in 1995 as a hip hop band from L.A., USA. The band consists of will.i.am, apl.de.ap, Taboo and Fergie. The band have had a slew of internationally successful albums such as Elephunk (2003), Monkey Business (2005) and The E.N.D. (2009). Their catchy songs make perfect ringtones, but with so many songs to choose from it can be hard to pick the right one. Here are some suggestions for the five best Black Eyed Peas ringtones songs.
- "Boom Boom Pow" Boom Boom Pow comes from the internationally acclaimed fifth album of the Black Eyed Peas, The E.N.D. Using auto-tune on the vocal the song branches into electro-hip hop. Boom Boom Pow has the honor of being the second longest-running song stay at the top of the 2009 Billboard Hot 100 chart (beaten only by another Black Eyed Peas song – "I Gotta Feeling").
- "I’ve Got A Feeling" The second single from The E.N.D album released in 2009. The song reached number 1 on the U.S. charts. The song achieved a Grammy and was nominated for Song of the Year 2009 in the World Music Awards. The song is written in 4/4 time, at 128 bpm and in G major – making it a thoroughly regular song. The song is upbeat and has become an anthem for people getting ready to go out all over the world.
- "Shut Up" This massively popular song was the first single from The Black Eyed Peas 2003 album, Elephunk. Its lyrics deal with a disastrous relationship typified with the chorus line "shut up just shut up shut up." This song was the beginning of Fergie joining the Black Eyed Peas. Songwriter will.i.am brought in a female singer for the song and she ended up working on most of the songs. "Shut Up" wasn’t initially released in the U.S. but became an overnight international success. There is also a remix on The E.N.D. album called Shut Up, Phunk Up.
- "My Humps" From the album Monkey Business, the song is a sampled version of 1989 song "I Need a Freak" by Sexual Harassment as well as songs by Tone Loc and Freestyle. The Black Eyed Peas songwriter, will.i.am admitted that he actually wrote the song for the Pussycat Dolls. The song has a repetitive chorus line and has been downloaded millions of times.
- "Where Is The Love" "Where is The Love" also comes from the 2003 album Elephunk. The song was the first Black Eyed Peas song released with new member Fergie. It also features Justin Timberlake. The song is an anti-war anthem with lyrics about terrorism, racism, greed and the U.S. government. The song is catchy and poppy with typical Black Eyed Peas beats behind the melody.