Here’s an indication we’re getting again to regular: South Florida’s internet hosting a reside, in-person concert. The Black Eyed Peas are hitting the stage in Miami. Deco’s personal pea in a pod, Alex Miranda, has the story.
They’ve had smash hits world wide in three totally different a long time. Rapper taboo is so excited to get again on stage Friday, he actually wouldn’t cease singing to me, and I cherished each second of it.
So, they inform me you’ve been on the lookout for a … full-capacity occasion? Well, pay attention up!
Taboo: “We do not know what that power goes to be like, women and gents! The proven fact that we get to be again on stage performing, ‘Mamacita, Mamacita, que bonita, Mamacita.’”
Because the Black Eyed Peas are serving up a real-life, in-person concert in downtown Miami.
Taboo: “Send some guidance from above, ’trigger individuals acquired me, acquired me questioning … you already know the remainder.”
Sure do! And this one…
Black Eyed Peas: “Can you feel the beat? I can feel the beat!”
The out of doors present at Bayfront Park this Friday will probably be their first for the reason that pandemic.
Taboo: “We’ve been giddy. We’ve been anxious. We’ve been excited.”
Rapper Taboo is relieved there received’t be one Zoom meeting in sight.
Taboo: “The fact that we can have a live audience, after doing virtual? I mean, dude, the virtual thing got to us.”
It’ll even be the first time they get to carry out all of the hits from their platinum 2020 album “Translation.”
Black Eyed Peas: “Es mi vida loca, al garete, y no me importa.”
They’ll additionally carry out this membership banger with Jay Balvin which is, uh, fairly fashionable on-line, too.
Taboo: “It’s almost at a billion, one billion views on YouTube!”
With so many collaborations on the brand new document…
Alex Miranda: “Are we going to see a little surprise on that stage, one of your guys’ friends?”
Taboo: “I mean, there’s no guarantees, but also, like, keep it a mystery, so people are like, ‘Whoooa!’”
I took that as a “definitely,” however it doesn’t matter what…
Taboo: “Whether it’s EDM, whether it’s soul, whether it’s R&B, whether it’s Latino rhythms, Afrobeat, you always have that hip-hop bravado on stage.”
A full home means 8,500 individuals. Tickets begin at $60, and it’s a must to put on a masks all the time.
This may even be downtown Miami’s first full-capacity concert for the reason that pandemic started.
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