The Track that Black Eyed Peas Don’t Want Europeans to Download

“Imma Be” is the track that the Black Eyed Peas want to spare Europeans. Although it has been chosen as the fourth single in the States, “Rock That Body” will be the fourth single worldwide. The track was actually issued as the first promo single for The E.N.D. album. Even though it was released in December, it has only managed to reach No.46 on the Billboard hot 100. The Black Eyed Peas made their comeback in June last year, immediately scoring back-to-back No.1’s with “Boom Boom Pow” and “I Gotta Feeling.” “Meet Me Halfway” recently topped the UK singles charts. We will need to wait until Mar.1 to when “Rock That Body” is offically released. We’ve, however, included “Imma Be” on the WelcheMusic vol.2 compilation out later.



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  1. […] It’s time for the second volume of the WelcheMusic compilation with up-coming hits. Many of the artists on the compilation have already gained exposure on the blog. Cheryl Cole’s duet with, “3 Words,” is finally available in Sweden. Look out for Scottish rock act Biffy Clyro’s Radio 1 playlist hit “Many of Horror” that deserves lots of listenings. Also, Simian Mobile Disco has recorded the track Janet Jackson never got her hands of – “Cruel Intentions.”  The Temper Trap is also back with the follow-up to last year’s hit “Sweet Disposition.” Don’t miss it! As a bonus, we’ve added Mad Muzik’s rendition of the Mad Men Theme as well as the Jason Nevin Club Mix of Iyaz “Replay.” Please also read the posts about Jay Sean, Muse and Black Eyed Peas. […]

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