Stream Fergie's New Album 'Double Dutchess'

  /  09.21.2017

The wait is over. Eleven years after her breakout solo debut The Dutchess, Fergie unveils the long-awaited sequel, Double Dutchess.

The 13-track set comes with a star-studded roster of guest stars, including Nicki Minaj (“You Already Know”), Rick Ross (“Hungry”), and YG (“L.A.LOVE (la la)”). Even her son, Axl Jack, makes an appearance on “Enchanté (Carine).”

Aside from the aforementioned “Hungry,” “You Already Know,” and “L.A.LOVE” singles, Fergie has also released tracks like “M.I.L.F. $,” “Life Goes On,” and “Like It Ain’t Nuttin’.”

Not only has she released videos for every single thus far, but she’s also filmed a visual for every other track. This week, she premiered those clips as part of Double Dutchess: Seeing Double.

This long-awaited LP is a follow-up to Fergie’s 5x platinum debut, which spawned hits like “London Bridge,” “Fergalicious,” “Glamorous,” and “Big Girls Don’t Cry.” Recently, the pop songstress spoke about the album’s vulnerability and honesty.

“I think it was important to make honest songs—not only ones that are fun and hip-hop, or a fun dance pop song or a reggae song,” she told Marie Claire. “This is my time and place to get into those crevices of what’s going on inside…I’ve been through a lot in my life so that’s where I go. My therapy is writing it down and journaling. This is the time not only to express it lyrically, but melodically and visually.”

Stream Double Dutchess below.


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