He spins for 2 hours until 4am Sat. and also dedicated some tunes to Brazil.
The “Boom Boom Pow” hit makers were met with unexpected news this past June when an impending thunderstorm caused them to abruptly cancel their summer performance at Central Park.
“You have to understand, we drove up and there were thousands of people lined up, and we felt like we let everybody down,” band member Taboo told the Daily News in a phone interview. “We were devastated but we didn’t want to put any lives in jeopardy or take any chance of people getting hurt.
“But now we’re going into this performance excited and energetic and giving our 175% to show our fans how much we love the city of New York.”
Bouncing back from setbacks is, in fact, just the kind of message the Peas hope to send out to the 60,000 fans who will gather on the Great Lawn for this Friday’s rescheduled Chase Presents the Black Eyed Peas Concert 4 NYC.
The much-talked about performance is more than just a showcase of the Grammy award-winner.
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