It seems like forever since Fergie dropped her first album The Duchess; actually, we know people who aren’t even aware of her hit songs from that album – is that even possible? Well, it’s time for her to make her come back and jump right back into the spotlight and the charts with her second album.
Double Duchess has been one of the most talked about albums these past few years; now, we’ve got a pre-order date! So you all need to be ready on 25th August 2017.
To make this announcement, Fergie dropped a promotional video. It includes a snippet of an unreleased album track, as far as we’re aware of. Not only that, but the thumbnail has been confirmed as the official album cover!
Watch Fergie’s Promotional Video For The Pre-Order Of Her New Album Double Duchess Here:
This isn’t the first chaotic black and white visual snippet we’ve received from Fergie. Last year, we saw her drop two edits titled “Hungry (1st Byte)” and “Hungry (2nd Byte)”.
This album has certainly been a long wait; yet, knowing how Fergie can truly bring it, we’re sure this has been more than worth it.
Watch Fergie’s “Hungry” Promotional Videos Here:
Not an awful lot is known about this album. She has been working on it for many years, and there has been a lot of rumours. What we do know, for sure, is that the past three singles that she has released will be on the album – we’re pretty sure about that; they have to be, right?
We totally expect to see “L.A. Love (La La)”, “M.I.L.F. $“, and “Life Goes On“. If these titles are anything to go by, we can expect some unexpected song lyrics and names to coincide with her releases.
We also know that in May 2017, Fergie had parted ways with Interscope records – by mutual decision. So, this album will be released on her own imprint, titled Duchess Music, which is part of a global partnership with BMG Rights Management. Whether this will affect the three singles that have previously been released, that’s a question on everyone’s lips.
Watch Fergie’s Previous Three Singles That We Expect To See On The Album Here: