Top 10 Black Eyed Peas Music Videos

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"Where Is the Love?" (2003)

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Black Eyed Peas - "Where Is the Love?". Courtesy Interscope

Directed by will.i.am

The accompanying music video for the Black Eyed Peas' breakthrough hit single "Where Is the Love?" was filmed in east Los Angeles. The song, co-written by Justin Timberlake with his vocals on the chorus, was the first Black Eyed Peas song to reach the pop top 10 in the US. It also topped the mainstream pop radio chart and went to #1 in the UK where it was the biggest selling single of the year.

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"Don't Phunk With My Heart" (2005)

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Black Eyed Peas - "Don't Phunk With My Heart". Courtesy Interscope

Directed by The Malloys

The music video for "Don't Phunk With My Heart" parodies game shows. Classics The Price Is Right and The Dating Game are among those targeted. Group members will.i.am, apl.de.ap, and Taboo all compete to go on a date with their fellow group member Fergie. The dates all go poorly. "Don't Phunk With My Heart" was a pop smash for the Black Eyed Peas going to #3 on the US chart and reaching the top 10 around the world.

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"Don't Lie" (2005)

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Black Eyed Peas - "Don't Lie". Courtesy Interscope

Directed by The Saline Project

"Don't Lie's" accompanying music video is set in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The group members are shown in various locations around the city. "Don't Lie" was the released as the second single from the Black Eyed Peas' album Monkey Business. It climbed to #14 on the US pop chart and broke into the top 40 at adult pop radio. 

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"Pump It" (2006)

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Black Eyed Peas - "Pump It". Courtesy Interscope

Directed by Francis Lawrence

Film director Francis Lawrence, now best known for his work on three of the films in the Hunger Games series, directed the music video for "Pump It." It depicts the group battling a street gang in a parking garage. "Pump It" features the guitar hook from Dick Dale's version of "Misirlou" that was featured in the soundtrack of the film Pulp Fiction. "Pump It" reached the pop top 20 in the US and climbed to #11 on the mainstream pop radio chart.

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"Bebot" (2006)

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Black Eyed Peas - "Bebot". Courtesy Interscope

Directed by Patricio Ginelsa

The song and music video for "Bebot" are a tribute to Black Eyed Peas group member apl.de.ap's childhood growing up in the Philippines. 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. This clip is an upbeat depiction of apl.de.ap's family and includes American Idol finalist Jasmine Trias, also of Filipino descent, portraying his sister. 

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"Boom Boom Pow" (2009)

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Black Eyed Peas - "Boom Boom Pow". Courtesy Interscope

Directed by Matt Cullen and Mark Kudsi

The concept behind the music video for the futuristic "Boom Boom Pow" is the rebirth of the Black Eyed Peas into the "digital afterlife." Many observers see it as an homage to Kraftwerk's 1986 music video for their song "Musique Non Stop." The "Boom Boom Pow" music video won a Grammy Award for Best Short Form Music Video. The song spent twelve consecutive weeks at #1 in the US and reached the top 10 in most other major music markets around the world.

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"I Gotta Feeling" (2009)

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Black Eyed Peas - "I Gotta Feeling". Courtesy Interscope

Directed by Ben Mor

The accompanying music video for "I Gotta Feeling" follows the song closely. It depicts the Black Eyed Peas getting ready for a celebratory night out. Director Ben Mor has become one of the most prominent contemporary music video directors having worked with Katy Perry, Coldplay, and Britney Spears among others. The song "I Gotta Feeling" became one of the biggest pop hits of all time spending fourteen weeks at #1 in the US. It earned a Grammy Award nomination for Record of the Year and won the award for Best Pop Performance By a Duo or Group. 

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"Imma Be Rocking That Body" (2010)

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Black Eyed Peas - "Imma Be Rocking That Body". Courtesy Interscope

Directed by Rich Lee

Music video director Rich Lee began his art career as a sculptor. He has directed music videos for Eminem, Maroon 5, and Jason Derulo in addition to the Black Eyed Peas. This clip puts together the songs "Imma Be" and "Rock That Body" for an epic ten minute long music video. "Imma Be Rockin' That Body" is cinematic in style depicting the group members as all-conquering futuristic heroes. "Imma Be" was a #1 pop hit single and "Rock That Body" reached #9.  

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"The Time (Dirty Bit)" (2010)

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Black Eyed Peas - "The Time (Dirty Bit)". Courtesy Interscope

Directed by Rich Lee

"The Time (Dirty Bit)" was released as the first single from the Black Eyed Peas' album The Beginning. It was their second time working with director Rich Lee. The clip features a wide range of computer generated special effects. "The Time (Dirty Bit)" hit #4 on the pop chart in the US and #1 in many other countries around the world. It broke into the top 10 on the Latin radio chart in the US. 

 

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"Just Can't Get Enough" (2011)

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Black Eyed Peas - "Just Can't Get Enough" video. Courtesy Interscope

Directed by Ben Mor

The poignant story behind the Black Eyed Peas music video for "Just Can't Get Enough" is that it was filmed over three days in Tokyo, Japan just a week before the devastating 2011 earthquake and tsunami. Fergie says the music video simply depicts the group living their lives. Some observers compared the feel of the music video to the film Lost In Translation. "Just Can't Get Enough" reached #3 on the US pop chart and climbed to #11 at adult pop radio. It was also a top 3 success on the UK pop singles chart.

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