“My Humps” is a song performed by American recording group The Black Eyed Peas. The song was written and produced by group member will.i.am for their fourth studio album Monkey Business (2006). It was released as the band’s third single from the album on September 20, 2005, due in part to the strength of downloads preceding the release. Musically, “My Humps” is a hip hop song that is structured as a duet between will.i.am and Fergie. The song sparked controversy because of its title and lyrics, which center on a woman who uses her breasts and buttocks to accomplish her goals.
“Let’s Get It Started” is a song by American group The Black Eyed Peas, released as a single on June 22, 2004. The track was the fourth single released from the band’s 2003 album Elephunk and originally appeared on the album under the title “Let’s Get Retarded”. This version was included as a bonus track on the 2004 re-issue of the album.
“Don’t Phunk with My Heart” (censored as “Don’t Mess with My Heart”) is a song recorded by American recording group The Black Eyed Peas, taken from the fourth studio album Monkey Business (2005). It was written by band members will.i.am, Fergie, George Pajon, Jr. and Printz Board; will.i.am also produced and engineered the song. The song features compositional samples of songs derived from two Hindi films of the 1970s, Apradh (1972) and Don (1978), as well as interpolations of Lisa Lisa and Cult Jam’s 1985 single “I Wonder If I Take You Home” and Gucci Crew II’s 1988 single “Sally (That Girl)”. The song was released as the first single from Monkey Business; it was first serviced to mainstream radios on April 12, 2005 in the United States.
“I Gotta Feeling” is the second single from The Black Eyed Peas’ fifth album The E.N.D., produced by the French DJ David Guetta. The song was released on June 23, 2009 and debuted at number two on the Canadian and Billboard Hot 100 on the week of June 27, 2009, behind the group’s “Boom Boom Pow”, making the group one of 11 artists who have occupied the top two positions of the Billboard Hot 100 at the same time. The song later reached number one on the US charts and 20 charts worldwide.
“Pump It” is a 2006 song by The Black Eyed Peas. It was released as the fourth single from The Black Eyed Peas’ 2005 album Monkey Business. This song was also remixed for the deluxe edition of the group’s fifth studio album The E.N.D. as “Pump It Harder”. “Pump It” heavily incorporates music from Dick Dale’s 1962 surf version of the song “Misirlou” (known by many for being featured in the 1994 Quentin Tarantino film Pulp Fiction). “Misirlou” is a popular folk song of Eastern Mediterranean origin, with an Egyptian version dating back to 1919, and a Greek version of 1927 which is believed to have been written by Tetos Dimitriadis, the arrangement of which is credited to Nicholas Roubanis for his 1941 released jazz version.
“The Time (Dirty Bit)” is a song by American hip hop group The Black Eyed Peas from their sixth studio album, The Beginning. The song was released as the album’s lead single on November 5, 2010. The chorus of the song samples “(I’ve Had) The Time of My Life” from the 1987 film Dirty Dancing.
“Doncamatic” is a single by British alternative band Gorillaz. The track features British singer Daley. The single was released on 21 November 2010 via digital download, with a physical release following the next day.
For a time, amazon.co.uk listed a re-release of Plastic Beach including “Doncamatic” as a bonus track, but this was never released.The music video premiered worldwide on 15 November 2010 on Myspace. The video features a live-action Daley in a one-man submarine, on his journey to join Gorillaz and the rest of the collaborators on Plastic Beach.
“Feel Good Inc.” is a song by British virtual band Gorillaz. The song features De La Soul. The lyrical themes of the song revolve around isolation and escapism.
The song was the lead single from the band’s second studio album Demon Days on 16 January 2010. The single peaked at No. 2 in the United Kingdom and No. 14 in the United States. It also topped the Hot Modern Rock Tracks chart in the U.S. for eight consecutive weeks, a first for the band. This is the only song in Damon Albarn’s career to reach the top 40 on the Billboard Hot 100. It peaked in the top 10 in 17 countries, reaching No. 1 in Spain. The song was listed in Pitchfork Media and Rolling Stone’s Best Songs of the 2000s. The song won Best Pop Collaboration at the 2006 Grammy Awards.This song has surpassed “Clint Eastwood” to be Gorillaz’s most successful single worldwide. Popdose ranked it 24th on their list of 100 best songs of the decade.