William James Adams Jr. , (born March 15, 1975), better known by his stage name will. i. am (will-i-am) and occasionally by his other stage name Zuper Blahq, is an American rapper, musician, songwriter, singer, actor and producer. will. i. am came to prominence in the 1990s as a member of the hip hop group The Black Eyed Peas along with rappers apl. de. ap and Taboo and, later, singer Fergie. As a music producer, he has produced with other artists including Juanes, Michael Jackson, Britney Spears, U2, Rihanna, Usher, Nicki Minaj, Cheryl Cole, 2NE1, Big Bang, Daddy Yankee and Justin Timberlake.
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Born 1975-03-15 (44 years ago) in Los Angeles, California, USA.
Height 177 centimeters.
|Honorary Clio Award||2013 Clio Awards||2013|
|Billboard Music Award for Top R&B Song (OMG)||2011 Billboard Music Awards||2011||OMG|
|NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Song (Yes We Can)||40th NAACP Image Awards||2009||Yes We Can|
|NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Music Video (Yes We Can)||40th NAACP Image Awards||2009||Yes We Can|
|Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding New Approaches – Daytime Entertainment (Yes We Can)||35th Daytime Emmy Awards||2008||Yes We Can|
|Grammy Award for Best Urban/Alternative Performance (Be OK)||51st Annual Grammy Awards||2008||Be OK|
|Latin Grammy Award for Best Brazilian Contemporary Pop Album (Timeless)||Latin Grammy Awards of 2006||2006||Timeless|
|Grammy Award for Record of the Year (I Gotta Feeling)||52nd Annual Grammy Awards||2009||I Gotta Feeling|
|Grammy Award for Album of the Year (The E.N.D.)||52nd Annual Grammy Awards||2009||The E.N.D.|
|Grammy Award for Best Dance Recording (Boom Boom Pow)||52nd Annual Grammy Awards||2009||Boom Boom Pow|
|Grammy Award for Producer of the Year, Non-Classical (Encanto)||51st Annual Grammy Awards||2008||Encanto|
|Grammy Award for Song of the Year (American Boy)||51st Annual Grammy Awards||2008||Америкэн Бой|
|Grammy Award for Best Urban/Alternative Performance (That Heat)||49th Annual Grammy Awards||2006||That Heat|
|Grammy Award for Song of the Year (Ordinary People)||48th Annual Grammy Awards||2005||Ordinary People|
|Grammy Award for Best R&B Song (Ordinary People)||48th Annual Grammy Awards||2005||Ordinary People|
|Grammy Award for Best Rap Song (Let's Get It Started)||47th Annual Grammy Awards||2004||Let's Get It Started|
|Grammy Award for Best Rap Song (Hey Mama)||47th Annual Grammy Awards||2004||Hey Mama|
William Adams, Debra Adams