Sound Struck Benefit Show April 31: Taboo's Solo Debut, Chris Rock Beatboxing, Michael Moore Covers Kenny Rogers
This week's Flier Of The Week is for a Sound Struck benefit show in Nevada.
That means that Taboo, the little-known fourth Black Eyed Pea who is literally the one person associated with any of Billboard's top 50 touring acts of 2010 associated with the boycott, headlines this benefit show. This will be a special show for Taboo, as it represents the debut of his new solo project. Word around the campfire is that his set will feature Taboo standing in front of a giant video screen showing footage of Fergie and Will.I.Am, providing low-volume backup vocals and doing a few dance moves in sync with the screen.
"If you like what Taboo brings to the Black Eyed Peas, you're gonna love this," says an unnamed source within the group.
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