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Ludacris and the Black Eyed Peas Perform at Philips Arena

The black eye peas in concert

Hundreds of thousands of fans gathered at Philips Arena Feb. 4 for the Black Eye Peas “E.N.D Tour” featuring Ludacris.   This tour marks the first time the group has been together since their 2006 Monkey Business North American tour.

Rapper Ludacris started the show with a bang performing hits “Throw Them Bows” “Get Low” and “Pimpin All Over World.”

The stage was transformed into a futuristic time portal, and once the Black Eye Peas hit the stage, it was an immediate party.  The Black Eyed Peas replicated the party vibe of a hot dance club, with Will.i.am showcasing his DJ skills while suspended in mid air.

The group started with hits “Don’t Phunk with My Heart” and “My Humps,”  which put them on the map. They also performed “Boom Boom Pow” off their new album “The E.N.D.”  Towards the end of the show Fergie took the opportunity to perform a few of her solo hits such as “Big Girls Don’t Cry” and “Glamorous.”

Overall the concert was well worth the four year wait and both Ludacris and The Black Eye Peas did a fantastic job.
LudacrisTens of thousands of fans gathered at Philips Arena Feb. 4 for the Black Eyed Peas’ “ The E.N.D” tour featuring Ludacris. This tour marks the first time the Peas have toured together since their 2006 Monkey Business North American tour.
Rapper Ludacris started the show with a bang, performing his hits “Throw Them Bows,” “Get Low” and “Pimpin’ All Over World.”
The stage was then transformed into a futuristic time portal, and once the Black Eyed Peas hit the stage, it was an immediate party. The Peas replicated the party vibe of a hot dance club, with will.i.am showcasing his DJ skills while suspended in midair.  It was truly an exciting spectacle.

The eclectic group started with hits “Don’t Phunk with My Heart” and “My Humps,”  which are two songs that put them on the map. They also performed the banging “Boom Boom Pow” off their successful new album, The E.N.D.  Towards the end of the show, Fergie took the opportunity to perform a few of her solo hits such as “Big Girls Don’t Cry” and “Glamorous.”
Overall, the concert was well worth the four-year wait and both Ludacris and the Black Eyed Peas did a fantastic job.  –christian johnson

The tour will hit 32 cities across the country including New York City, Los Angeles, Chicago and Miami.