Black Eyed Peas: Bridging the Gap

Known for their extravagant live shows, featuring break dancing and live musicians, the Black Eyed Peas paint hip-hop culture with a broad palette. Taboo is Native American and Hispanic, hails from the Philippines, and is from East L.A. Their second Album, Bridging the Gap, draws on these influences and more, in songs that range from sweetness to anger.
Bridging the Gap
Released: 9/28/2000
Label: Interscope
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