The video also featured some tweets from Fergie’s fans who have been eagerly waiting for her new album. The posts included the hashtags #shame, #releasethealbum, #whereareyou, #trash, #noclass, #noalbum, #missyou and #boycottfergie. One of the tweets read, “You think your fans are really happy waiting for an album that took 10 years to be created? I think the f**k not.”
In the trailer, Fergie also reflected on her old music before teasing her hot new music to come. “It’s been difficult for me to trust the epiphany that I had,” she said in a voiceover. “That I will always be more powerful.”
In “Double Dutchess”, Fergie collaborated with , , and her four-year-old son Axl. The album is set to be released on September 22 with the visual experience premiering at an exclusive event.
“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 previously explained during a Facebook Live chat, “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.”
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