Fergie a.k.a. Stacy Ferguson opened up about her delayed second studio album “Double Dutchess” in a Facebook Live chat on Tuesday, November 23. The “M.I.L.F. $” hitmaker revealed when her new album would be released.
When asked when her next album’s coming out, Fergie said, “I am so ready for this album to come out you have no idea. I’ve turned it in. It’s done and it’s coming out the beginning of the year.”
The “Big Girls Don’t Cry” songstress then apologized for the delay. Her husband Josh Duhamel revealed back in June that her new record would be released within 10 days and she’s set to go on tour in the beginning of 2017.
“I’m sorry it’s taken so long, to those of you who have been waiting, I just got a kid and a husband and I need sleep and I just really cared about it,” Fergie explained, “But I hope it will be worth it. A lot of it is really autobiographical and, you know, I had four albums with [Black Eyed Peas], but that’s really not the time and place to air out some of my own personal feelings and thoughts and emotions. So my second album is the place for me to do so, so there’s a lot of emotion.”
The 41-year-old singer/songwriter added, “I’ve put blood, sweat and tears into this album and there’s personal stuff, there’s pop stuff, hip-hop stuff, throwback stuff – I always like a little throwback – some reggae, ballads, fun, silly, all of the above. So it’s kind of, I’m going to use the word ‘cornucopia’ again because it’s Thanksgiving time.”
Fergie recently released “Life Goes On”, which serves as a second single off “Double Dutchess”. She shared on Instagram stills and snippets of her upcoming music video. [Source]