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[News] We are back...Whats goin on?
adriph on 10-03-2012, 06:14 (UTC)
 Since December 2011, This website was removed to a new brand website: ApldeapOnline.com , unfortunately, hackers attacked our service and the new website was eliminated. We have a lot of material in this website ( pictures, news) it really takes months to tranfer everything, so the new website may be available in a few months.

For now, you can find all the latest information about Apl.de.ap at http://apldeaponline.com/news  which is directed to our old website.

Also, you can check a new Blog on Tumblr at http://apldeaponline.com, there you can find "Quick Apldeap News" and Videos Links, we know sometimes you dont like to read a lot or you dont have the enough time, so this new blog is perfect for you.

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Thank you so much,



[Videos] Apldeap XMAs Eve in Philippines. (Short Resume)
adriph on 30-12-2011, 06:01 (UTC)
 Dec 29th: As we posted before, Apldeap spent Christmas in his native country Philippines. Apl not only visited the survivors in Cagayan de Oro, he also went to Xavier University and performed "Where is The Love" for the volunteers, definetly pinoys know where the Love is, right?

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Apl's Xmas tradition is to give bags of food to the poor people of his hometown, hundreds of people were outside apl's house receiving love and support. ( Pictures were posted on http://www.facebook.com/apldeapfans).

Apldeap and friends spent vacations in the beautiful Boracay; he also enjoyed his tricycle:

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While Apldeap was at home celebrating with his entire family, some neighborhoods came to say hi and asked for autographs and pictures.

-Watch Video:

-Credits: Adriana Perez -Pictures: DJ JOKER and Apldeap.

[Pictures] Apldeap bring cheer to Cagayan de Oro kids.
adriph on 24-12-2011, 07:37 (UTC)
 Dec 23th: Filipino-American rapper Apl.de.ap of the Black Eyed Peas helped TV5 distribute Kiddie Kapatid kits to children at the West City Central School evacuation center in Cagayan de Oro on Friday.

Kiddie Kapatid Kits aim to help children affected by tropical storm “Sendong” find effective ways of coping with their trauma. Each Kiddie Kapatid Kit included: pencils,coloringbook, harpener,crayons,eraser and whristle.

Apldeap also performed live for the kids.

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-Credits: Adriph and News5.

[Video] Apldeap and Will.i.am at Booey Lehoo Concert
adriph on 18-12-2011, 19:56 (UTC)
 Dec 18th: Apl.de.ap and Will.i.am performed at Booey Lehoo Concert in Beijing, China. The Peas members performed a solo act, but also they joined Coco Lee on stage to perform Black Eyed Peas hits such as "The Time", "Let Get Started" and "I Gotta Feeling".

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[News] Apldeap Interview for Bayanihan.
adriph on 18-12-2011, 04:26 (UTC)
 Image and video hosting by TinyPic Dec 18th: Recently, the Black Eyed Peas had a big Hollywood launching of their dance video game. Yong Chavez caught up with Apl and the the rest of the Peas before they mingled with their guests at the event. The Black Eyed Peas has withstood disbanding rumors for the longest time, but they dispel naysayers by always coming up with group projects aside from their individual career and personal endeavors.

"The thing about is, we started as friends, we're not ending. We just support each other. We have so much respect for our personal endeavors. We're the strongest family on the planet," Apl's bandmate, Taboo, said. To which Apl heartily replied, "Yes, we are."

After his performing commitments, Apl says he's looking forward to his Christmas vacation in the Philippines. Here's more from our red-carpet chat:

Yong Chavez: Kumusta? (How are you?)

apl.de.ap: Mabuti. Kumusta? (Good. How are you?)

YC: Did you ever imagine growing up in Sapang Bato (a small town in the Philippines) that one day you'll have your own video game?

ADA: No, but it feels great, I'm blessed. I remember playing Galaga on Atari, and now we have our own avatar and our own dance moves. Our own game. It's just amazing.

YC: What are your holiday plans?

ADA: Of course, I always go back in the Philippines for Christmas. I'll be spending it with my family. Me and my mom do our food drive every Christmas in front of my house, so that's gonna be great.

YC: What has been your most memorable Christmas experience in the Philippines?

ADA: Oh, you know the parols (Christmas lanterns), yung mga kalamay (rice cakes) and simbang gabi (dawn Mass), and just being with my family. Waking up at four in the morning to get ready for church. That's always a great feeling.

YC: Would you like to continue those traditions in your own family?

ADA: Of course. Of course. As a Filipino that's always going to be in my heart. I make sure to spend time in the Philippines every year because it's just so much more festive.

YC: I know, right? And what are you most thankful for this year?

ADA: I'm thankful for my family, I'm thankful for my dad, Joe Ben Hudgens, for adopting me and giving me this opportunity to provide for my family. And sa Diyos (to God).

YC: What's in store for you for the next year?

ADA: I'll be working on a side project, a solo album. And also I got a campaign called "We Can Be Anything" and the focus is building extra classrooms because, you know, there's a shortage of classrooms in the Philippines. I want to improve the education there.

-Credits: Yong Chavez.

[Pictures] Birthday Party And The Launch Of Charity Dreams
adriph on 14-12-2011, 17:44 (UTC)
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Dec 13th: APL.De.Ap's Birthday Celebration and Launch of Charity Dreams at The Conga Room at L.A.

The singer from the hit group held a bash at the Conga Room in LA, which combined his birthday and the launch of the education campaign ”We Can Be Anything.” The campaign is a joint effort between his apl.de.ap Foundation and the Ninoy and Cory Aquino Foundation, which will raise funds to build 10,000 classrooms in the Philippines, where the pop star is from.

Apl.de.ap’s Foundation is all about education, so Celebuzz asked him what kind of student he was growing up:

“I was pretty good. I was half and half. I had some challenges when it came to my vision but I tried my best when it came to school. I wasn’t the perfect kid, I had my moments but it’s still important to instill to kids that education is very important and not to take it lightly.”

When asked about his favorite subject, he said, “English, because when I found out I was being adopted from the Philippines, I wasn’t really fluent in English. I was nervous so my mom told me to start reading a dictionary. Then when I got here I was all about Nick at Nite and Mr. Ed and music too. Tribe Called Quest and De La Soul — they pretty much taught me how to speak English too.”

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