Fergie Drops 3 'Double Dutchess' Videos

  /  09.22.2017

After releasing her long-awaited album Double Dutchess, Fergie unveils three new videos to bring fans further into the LP’s visual experience.

The first of those clips comes by way of “Enchanté (Carine),” a single that features her son, Axl Jack. Directed by Bruno Ilogti, the compelling video stars Kendall Jenner, who wakes up, plays instruments, walks dogs, and sings along to the Fergie track.

Another video that Fergie released today is “Save It Til Morning,” which finds her playing the role of Fenix, a pop star who was discovered by a man named Jimmy Rojas (played by Jay Hernandez). Their romance is thwarted by constant yelling and controlling tendencies, leading Fenix to ride away into the sunset after one too many quarrels in the Alek Keshishian-directed clip.

Finally, Fergie released another Ilogti-directed video in “Just Like You,” which features Dutch model Mark Vanderloo. Throughout the visual, Fergie finds herself in a sea of fog, clinging onto her man, until he disappears, and she walks away with a confident strut.

The trio of videos are part of Fergie’s Seeing Double visual experience for Double Dutchess. All of the clips, including previously-released visuals like “You Already Know,” “Hungry,” and “L.A.LOVE (la la),” premiered at iPic Theaters earlier this week.


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