Black Eyed Peas perform ‘Don’t You Worry’ on ‘GMA
The group takes to the stage of the Summer Concert Series to celebrate the release of a remix of their latest single, which features Shakira. Black Eyed Peas signed to Interscope Records and released their debut album in 1998.
The album was entitled Behind the Front and received critical acclaim, as did their live backing band, The Bucky Jonson.
I’m at the @bep’s @GMA concert to hear Don’t You Worry live! Shaki may not be here in person, but she’s a digital presence on screen and they’re using her backing vocals. At least she’ll be on national TV again somehow! 🥰 pic.twitter.com/O0RJKfMGyz
— Brian Vinik (@rpvee) September 2, 2022
The single ‘Joints and Jams’ was selected for the soundtrack of Bulworth, which starred Warren Beatty and Halle Berry.
The album included appearances from De La Soul, Macy Gray and Chali 2na of Jurassic 5. Two years later, they released their second studio album, Bridging the Gap, which also featured Macy Gray, on ‘Request Line.