The Transcenders

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Transcenders is a full service music production company established in 2002 by Brian Lapin, Terence Yoshiaki and Mike Fratantuno.

History[edit]

Starting in 1995, Fratantuno, Yoshiaki, and Lapin collaborated as founding members of the music group The Black Eyed Peas (BEP). The trio contributed to songwriting as well as touring, including the Grammy-winning "Let's Get It Started", the band's first single "Joints & Jam", "Request + Line", the #1 hit "Where Is the Love?".

When BEP took a break from touring to record their third album, Elephunk, the three began collaborating on film and television scoring projects and song production for numerous projects.

Credits[edit]

Year Title Notes
2008 Forgetting Sarah Marshall Additional Music
College Original Score
2007 Superbad Additional Music
Knocked Up Additional Music
I Think I Love My Wife Additional Music
Bring It On: In It to Win It Original Score
2006 Bonneville Additional Music
Deck the Halls Additional Music
Bring It On: All or Nothing Original Score
Garfield: A Tail of Two Kitties End Title Song
John Tucker Must Die Additional Music
Ultraviolet Marketing Campaign
The Benchwarmers Marketing Campaign
2005 The 40-Year-Old Virgin Additional Music
Into the Blue Marketing Campaign
2004 Spanglish Marketing Campaign
White Chicks Marketing Campaign
Christmas with the Kranks Marketing Campaign
Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle Music Placement
Barbershop 2: Back in Business Music Placement
2000 Road Trip Music Placement
1998 Bulworth Music Placement
Cross Bronx Original Score

Television[edit]

Title Notes
Madam Secretary Series Composers
Original Score
Main Title
Instant Mom Main Title
Harry's Law Series Composers
Original Score
Main Title
Outsourced Series Composers
Original Score
100 Questions Series Composers
Original Score
Main Title
Gossip Girl Series Composers
Original Score
Main Title
Power Rangers: Operation Overdrive Main Title
Watch Over Me Main Title
Joey Series Composers
Enough About Me Pilot
Main Title
20/20 Main Title
AZN Television Network theme
100 Greatest Stand-Ups Main Title
Score
2004 NBA Playoffs The Black Eyed Peas, "Let's Get it Started"
Life On Parole Pilot
Undeclared Pilot

Album releases[edit]

Artist Album
Mozella
Fergie
The Black Eyed Peas Elephunk
The Black Eyed Peas Bridging the Gap
The Black Eyed Peas Behind the Front
will.i.am Lost Change
The Shore The Shore by tHE shore
Channel Two
Lovemakers

Commercials[edit]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award For Result
2004 Tribeca Film Festival - Original Score Cross Bronx Won
2005 Grammy for Best Rap Song, Record of the Year "Let's Get It Started" (Shared Award) Nomination
BMI Composer Award "NBC's Joey" (Shared Award)
BMI Songwriter Award "The Black Eyed Peas - Where is the Love" (Shared Award)
2006 BMI Songwriter "The Black Eyed Peas - Let's Get It Started" (Shared Award)

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