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Album Review

It's doubtful that hip-hop fans were expecting anything good from a Black Eyed Peas remix EP circa 2006, especially coming after the deflated sellout that was 2005's Monkey Business. They'd better do themselves a favor, however, and check it out, since it includes not only two of the best hip-hop tracks from the album but also, for the remixes, what has to be called one of the best rap production casts ever assembled. The seven-track disc opens with the album track "Like That," a Tribe Called Quest tribute featuring Q-Tip, Talib Kweli, Cee-Lo, and John Legend. The other album version is "Audio Delite," but it's lost among the five remixes, which feature Erick Sermon, DJ Premier, Pete Rock, DJ Jazzy Jeff, and Large Professor. (At least the Black Eyed Peas were spending money on something other than clothes and choreographers.) Premier's breezing remix of "My Style" and Rock's funky "They Don't Want Music" (featuring James Brown) are the highlights, but the others aren't far behind. If these tracks had appeared on Monkey Business, the album would have been (setting aside "My Humps" and "Don't Phunk with My Heart") one of the best rap records of the year. Perhaps it's better this way, with the pop productions sequestered on Monkey Business and this tight EP the perfect choice for hip-hop fans.

Customer Reviews


Most BEP fans don't even know the work of the producers on this album. If you don't know who Pete Rock, DJ Premier, The Large Professor, Erick Sermon, Q-Tip and Jazzy Jeff are then you CAN'T possibly understand what this album is. This album is more of a shout out to the producers that affected 99.9% of the hip hop superstars you see today. It's not meant to take over the world or bang clubs. It's meant to educate BEP listeners about the history of hiphop. While many of us would call what plays on the radio today hip hop, it's more like pop-hop (BEP is no exception to this rule). Five stars for trying to educate today's youth about Real Hip Hop.

Black Eyed Peas Makes Perfect Remixes

BEP is one of the best groups for making remix's, not only do they make crazy beats, they actually take the time to re-ryme them and make them sometimes even better than the original. I really like the remixes of Disco Club, My Style, & They Don't Want Music. I really am looking forward to them remixing pump it, it should be pretty sweet

:::clears throat:::

ok, first of all. the only ppl who r getting tired of the BEP's are the people who don't know hip hop.. at all. second of all, "the girl they used to sell out more" or Fergie, is not "making the music worse" she's a great help, but the BEPs were still pretty good without her. although i do agree their style of music is alot better than their old stuff. but some old stuff is amazing! (Weekends, Rap Song, Request Line, etc.) This is a great album of remixes. I especially like the DJ Premiere Remix of My Style. Very kewl. I highly recommend it to anyone who is very into hip hop. Worth every penny.


Formed: 1995 in Los Angeles, CA

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

The Black Eyed Peas transcended hip-hop to become one of the most commercially successful pop groups of the 2000s. Their career began modestly, with a pair of albums inspired by the positive-minded likes of A Tribe Called Quest and De La Soul. After adding Fergie, the group's pop instincts reached full flight. Ignited by the Top Ten hit "Where Is the Love?" and the Grammy-winning party anthem "Let's Get It Started," the group scored three multi-platinum albums in 2003's Elephunk, 2005's Monkey Business,...
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