15 Songs, 1 Hour 6 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The Peas continue their reputation for guitar-propelled party anthems with “Don’t Phunk With My Heart,” “Disco Club,” and the Dick Dale-sampling “Pump It.” Additionally the Peas have no trouble embracing the mellow vibes of Hawaiian folkie Jack Johnson (“Gone Going”), then shifting into “Bebot,” a Filipino rap led by group member apl.de.ap. “Like That,” “Feel It,” and “Ba Bump” show they have not forgotten how to rock the rap faithful.

EDITORS’ NOTES

The Peas continue their reputation for guitar-propelled party anthems with “Don’t Phunk With My Heart,” “Disco Club,” and the Dick Dale-sampling “Pump It.” Additionally the Peas have no trouble embracing the mellow vibes of Hawaiian folkie Jack Johnson (“Gone Going”), then shifting into “Bebot,” a Filipino rap led by group member apl.de.ap. “Like That,” “Feel It,” and “Ba Bump” show they have not forgotten how to rock the rap faithful.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.0 out of 5
2.4K Ratings
2.4K Ratings
corny ,

Black Eyed Peas Don't Need To Break Up!!!!!!

Because of this album the Black Eyed Peas became my favorite artist. It's an awsome album. There is only one song I don't like a whole lot. You have to buy this album. It's their last album so make it huge. It's 50 times better than Elephunk so if you liked it you'll love this one

Smooth man ,

Monkey Business, another jungle smash hit.

After their succesful main stream alblum Elephunk, you could wonder how the Black Eyed Peas could put any more party jumpin' , bass boomin' alblum. The songs 'Don' t phunk with my heart' and 'My Humps' have already made into the main stream radio stations and music videos being played on the air waves. Not all of the alblum is party music their some tracks such as 'Gone Going' and 'Don't Lie' which instills a deeper meaning into the songs. With their alblum selling on iTunes and in record stores, who knows where the Black Eyed Peas will end up next.

Pixie ,

Style

I loved how Black Eyed Peas have their own style. They do a good job expressing themselves. This was an awesome album.

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