Work on the new Black Eyed Peas album ‘Elephunk’ started in the summer of 2001, when the group spent two months working just north of San Francisco. They left the studio to return to L.A. on the morning of September 11th. After that, of course, everything changed. “We had the vocal direction of our songs down,” frontman Wil.I.Am tells RollingStone.com. “But after September 11th, we switched the direction a bit, edged it up a whole lot. Refined it.”
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