Usher and Will.I.AM perform OMG on American Idol from the album Raymond v. Raymond
Will.I.Am and Nicki Minaj perform Check It Out during The Late Show with David Letterman to promote Minaj album Pink Friday.
Will.i.am gives interview to Elle about never meeting his father.
I asked my mother about it once, and she said, “Willie, can I ask you a question? Are you happy with your perspective on the world? Are you proud that you’re tenacious and driven? Are you happy how me and your uncles have raised you?” I was like, “Yeah.” She said, “Then you shouldn’t feel like you’re missing anything. I am your daddy. I protected you, and the proof is your happiness with who you are right now.”
Seacrest interviews Will.i.am during On Air With Ryan Seacrest about working with Justin Bieber.
Justin as an artist has to fight. Micheal Jackson fought, Prince fought, the ones that stood around for a long time are the ones that are always fighting for something. We know the ones that get comfortable and then their career is short, ‘Oh I remember that one song he had, that was cool. I want to get Justin Bieber into writing his own music and producing his own songs.
Cole and Will.I.Am perform 3 Words during the Capital FM Jingle Bell Ball from Cole’s same titled album.
Will I AM and Bieber perform That Power during the Billboard Music Awards show to promote his album Willpower.
Will.i.am and Bieber perform That Power during the Billboard Music Awards to promote Will.i.am’s album #Willpower.
Will.i.am is interviewed by Hall on The Arsenio Hall Show. They talk about the screening for his film Rio 2, the reluctance to go and his favorite cartoon as a child.
I want to go when the movie come out in the theaters and I don’t want to take away from my…I like movies and I really like Rio.
Fallon and Will.I.Am premiere the EW! music video on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon. The two portray teenage girls who find everything disgusting. The song is available on iTunes and the proceeds go to Serious Fun Children’s Network and the i.am.angel Foundation.
Fallon releases the music video for Ew! Produced by will.i.am, the video features Fallon as Sara, his 15-year-old alter ego, and will.i.am performing in a high school dance.
So we had will.i.am on the show about two months ago, he’s performing a song, he’s amazing, and then backstage we’re talking and he goes, ‘I really like that sketch that you do, ‘Ew!’ where you dress up as a 15-year-old girl and everything is like, ‘Ew. I said, ‘You know, we’re doing it with Taylor Swift this week, but next time you come back I’ll write you in and we’ll do one.’ And then he goes, ‘Great, or we can do a song. I’d love to do a song about you.
Will.i.am gives an interview to Ryan Seacrest during On Air With Ryan Seacrest about his fifth studio album The End.
This new project, Taboo called me and was like, Yo Will, I think it’s that time again, and I’m like, You’re right. So we’ve just been sitting around going through our hard drives and archives of things that we’ve put out, things that we haven’t put out, we’ve been dreaming of why we come back. A 20-year anniversary is important, but more importantly, how we come back. We’ve anticipated the whole arc: the emotion, the connection, the discovery, the shock and awe, the conversation. We’ve been cooking stuff up, man. Our stuff is as mysterious as Donald Trump’s toupee.