What's the matter, little legume? Can't wait for the Black Eyed Peas' new album "The E-N-D" to drop on Tuesday? Dying to hear the follow-up to the disc's gym-shaking single "Boom Boom Pow?" Well, then: Get thee and thy humps to Felt Saturday night.
The club is hosting the only "The E-N-D" listening party in Boston. (There are also official listening fetes in Miami, New York City, Las Vegas, L.A., and Chicago.) Preview the album. Sip a Boom Boom Pow cocktail; that's passion fruit vodka, lime, and simple syrup, folks. And get there early — the first 20 fans through the door get a BEP t-shirt.
The party starts at 10 p.m. It's free, but you have to RSVP.
Fergie Ferg and the gang better be thanking their lucky stars that this isn't the Stylephile blog. Because, if it was, I'd say:
- Taboo: Michael Jackson called. He wants his jacket and Bubbles the chimp back.
- Ferg: You're one sexy mummy.
- apl.de.ap: Did Dr. Seuss style your hair?
- will.i.am: I'm actually digging the military cap and slightly feminine jacket. BUT why the kangaroo pocket? Sort of an awkward place for your hand...
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