Founding member of Black Eyed Peas a big hit at ADL show in Vancouver

Tina House
APTN National News

APTN’s successful and historic eight city broadcast of Aboriginal Day Live Wednesday featured many of the country’s top performers.

In Vancouver, one performer, in particular, has reached the highest levels of success in the music business.

Now Taboo is also giving back to the community with a message.

“Dream big … I went after one after one of the biggest dreams and that was to be in the music industry luckily I met Will I Am and Apple when we were teenagers we created the Black Eyed Peas when we were very young we had the same passion and wants and it was pretty crazy because we all come from different backgrounds ,” said Taboo.

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Video Journalist / Vancouver

A proud Métis from BC, Tina began her television career in 1997 as a talent agent for film and TV. She joined APTN National News in 2007 as a Video Journalist in the Vancouver bureau. In 2010, she was the recipient of the Amnesty International Human Rights Journalism Award for her story on murdered and missing women and girls.