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6 Feb 2020
Medical experts have alerted to the rising incidence of gallbladder diseases in Nigeria. The doctors under the aegis of the Nigerian Chapter of European-African Hepato-Pancreato-Biliary Association
30 Oct 2018
The award-winning music group, The Black eyed peas have released a new track titled Dopeness in collaboration with CL. This is not the first collaboration that the band and CL will be involved in. CL, whose real name is Lee Chae-rin, collaborated with the Black Eyed Peas’ will.i.am on his solo track, Gettin’ Dumb, back…
21 Sep 2018
Black Eyed Peas have through their music video for 'Big Love' tackled the sensitive issue of gun violence and immigration rocking the US. The song will be part of their new album, 'Masters of the Sun'. The song is a reminder of their hit Where is the love released in 2003. The group announced that…
15 Nov 2017
Jimmy Gomez, better known as the rapper Taboo from The Black Eyed Peas, had money, fame and a multi-platinum career when a strange back pain brought his world crashing down. The six-time Grammy winner went to the doctor and got a gut-wrenching diagnosis: he had testicular cancer. He had more than 100 million record sales…

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