A product of Los Angeles, popular American rap and hip hop group Black Eyed Peas was founded by William James Adams Jr. (a.k.a. Will.i.am). Ably supported by rapper Taboo (a.k.a. apl.de.ap) and vocalist-songwriter Fergie, the group has entertained global audiences. Since their first hit, "Where is the Love," the band has churned out "Elefunk," "Shut Up," "Monkey Business," "My Humps," "Don't Funk With My Heart," and many more, thus ensconcing itself on the top rungs of the Billboard Hot 100.