The Black Eyed Peas will rock the OLM Souissi stage of the 18th Mawazine Festival Rhythms of the World.
Rabat – The Grammy-winning dance-pop band Black Eyed Peas will join the line-up of stars at Rabat’s 18th Mawazine Festival Rhythms of the World.
Organizers of the event announced on Tuesday, April 23, that the band will be performing at the OLM Souissi stage on June 25.
The group has sold over 35 million albums and 21 million singles in less than 15 years, garnering international fame.
With tracks like the major hit “Where Is the Love?” from their 2003 Elephunk album topping worldwide charts, the Black Eyed Peas have produced dazzling musical melodies crafted from sounds of rock, pop, funk, and even salsa.
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The band was born out of three Californians, will.i.am, Taboo, and apl.de.ap. In 2009, the Black Eyed Peas were one band out of only 11 artists to have held both number one and two simultaneously on America’s “Billboard Hot 100” record chart.
The Black Eyed Peas’ unique style with hip-hop and boundary-crossing vibes address a wide range of critical societal issues like war, hate crimes, terrorism, and discrimination.
Under the patronage of King Mohammed VI, the annual Mawazine Festival will bring music to six venues across Rabat June 21-29, coinciding with International Music Day. The festival’s four largest stages offer free concerts, but two smaller stages require tickets.
Rosalia, American DJ Marshmello, and Colombian-born reggaeton star J Balvin will open the festival on June 21.
Mawazine Festival serves as a platform to highlight Morocco’s multifaceted cultural diversity and is a meeting point for people from all around the world.