Black Eyed Peas to Perform at Sanremo 2023

The artistic director Amadeus confirmed the presence of the American Grammy-winning pop group for the second night of the Festival (February 8th)
Black Eyed Peas - guests at Sanremo 2023
Black Eyed Peas, from left to right:,, Taboo

Black Eyed Peas will be guest artists at Sanremo 2023 during the second night of the Festival (Wednesday, February 8th). The artistic director Amadeus announced it today, January 15th.

The historic American pop group will bring onstage all the energy it has always been known for. Over the course of their remarkable career, Black Eyed Peas sold 35 million albums and 120 million singles. Also they won six Grammy Awards and have been headliners at the Super Bowl Halftime Show.

Their new album Elevation, released last November via Epic / Sony Music, contains the hit singles Simply the Best feat. Anitta and El Alfa (currently in the top 10 of the Italian radio chart), and Don’t You Worry feat. Shakira and David Guetta (with over 200 million streams).

Black Eyed Peas always flirted with many different genres: hip hop, pop, dance and, more recently, Latin pop. Their ever-changing approach has always kept them high in the charts. The Latin influences marked their latest musical evolution, starting with the album Translation of 2020. The project contained the hit singles Ritmo (Bad Boys For Life) feat. J Balvin and Mamacita feat. Ozuna and J. Rey Soul. Both songs were certified double platinum in Italy and reached the top 5 of the Italian radio chart.

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