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Their debut album, Grass Roots, was never released because Ruthless founder Eazy-E had died.
After Eazy-E died in 1995, Atban Klann reformed and changed their name to Black Eyed Pods, and then Black Eyed Peas.
In May 2014, Taboo released his solo single, "Zumbao," which is "all about having fun[...]being infected by positive energy." In November 2016, Taboo released the single "The Fight" about his successful battle against testicular cancer.
The track was made in partnership with the American Cancer Society, for which Taboo is a global ambassador.
One of the singles from the album was "Joints & Jam", and was featured on the Bulworth soundtrack.
Their second album was Bridging the Gap (2000), which had the single "Request Line" featuring Macy Gray.
He was diagnosed with stage 2 testicular cancer in June 2014 and went through 12 weeks of intense, aggressive chemotherapy out of the public eye.
Taboo says he was diagnosed after going to the emergency room for what he thought was the flu.
They released their third album Elephunk, with the hit singles "Where Is the Love? Their 2005 album Monkey Business was a worldwide success, being certified 4× Platinum in the US, and spawning the singles, "My Humps" and "Don't Phunk with My Heart". These three singles topped the chart for an unprecedented 30 consecutive weeks in 2009.
The Black Eyed Peas date back to 1988, when eighth-graders William Adams (will.i.am) and Allan Pineda (ap) met and began rapping and performing together around Los Angeles.