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Black Eyed Peas: Pepsified Pop Hop?

2007-10-16 10:10
Watch the videos got to talking and squashed those rumours about the band selling out their BEP brand to Pepsi and Doritos and the whole Jozi vs. Mother City thang.
- Press Conference: Part 1 (keep it real broadband)
- Press Conference: Part 1 (wannabe broadband)

Everybody knows the Peas love to split hairs, so we didn't stop them. Fergie and Taboo brag about the BEP family while lets us know where the rocking quartet fit into hip hop.
- Press Conference: Part 2 (keep it real broadband)
- Press Conference: Part 2 (wannabe broadband)
The Black Eyed Peas rocked Nasrec! Monkey was flung about in the media pit, but did his best to capture Fergie shaking her toosh and the rest of the gang…well, nobody was really watching the rest of the gang if you get Monkey's drift… It’s a pity he only got to film 90 seconds of the show….Strict international copyright laws peeps, sorry, nothing we could do about it.
- BEP Live (keep it real broadband)
- BEP Live (wannabe broadband)

Reckon South African acts can't hold a banana to their international counterparts? Monkey disagrees. Watch Bongo Maffin get the party started.
- Bongo Maffin Live (keep it real broadband)
- Bongo Maffin Live (wannabe broadband)

The Black Eyed Peas jetted into Jozi for another whistle stop promotional trip. Our cameras were there. Always in search of a bit of bling, our man Monkey hung out at the Hilton Hotel for an hour and a half to get the scoop….

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