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Monkey Business (Dig)

3 Ratings: 3.7
Dance & Electronic and Rap & Hip-Hop album by Black Eyed Peas

As with their last hit,Elephunk, Black Eyed Peas' new discMonkey Businessis a joyful cross-genre journey with musical props to hip-hop, rock, folk, funk, and pop. The reason the Black Eyed Peas have audience appeal that crosses over many styles is because … see full wiki

3 reviews about Monkey Business (Dig)
review by . March 04, 2006
posted in Music Matters
The Black Eyed Peas continue to put out the best hip hop music around today. From Pump it to Don't Phunk with My Heart to My Humps, they are by far the best at what they do. A good buy in the sea of mediocre CDs out there.
review by . September 17, 2005
Yeah, this group is different but it adds a different spin in your cd player.Most music out there sounds so commercial these days it makes you want to itch for an new artist.  I'm a hip hop/rap lover myself but sometimes they get too redundant. You see so much of it on TV and on the radio which is great but you crave for something new at the same time.   BEP has there unique ways on doing things and they bring it.  Beside that they came a long way to get where they …
review by . June 08, 2005
If "Elephunk" introduced the Black Eyed Peas to multiple genres of listeners, then "Monkey Business" is definitely the wake-up call for those lagging behind. With influences from pop, hip-hop, R&B, soul and roots music, BEP have melded their four minds together to make one heck of an album.    It's a definite step-up from "Elephunk," offering new and varied sounds on each song on the album. The initial release is "Don't Phunk With My Heart." It bridges the gap between "Elephunk" …
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Monkey Business (Dig)
Label: A&M
Artist: Black Eyed Peas
Genre: Rap & Hip-Hop, Dance & Electronic
Release Date: June 7, 2005
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