Fergie gave some “L.A. Love” to the Los Angeles Clippers last night, and no one was happier than the Clippers’ owner himself, Steve Ballmer.
We catch up with the Black Eyed Peas singer and solo star on what she’s been up to the past six years, her stance on In-N-Out fries and being inspired by Burning Man.
A party bus teems with cameos, including Chelsea Handler, Hilary Swank, DJ Mustard, Sevyn Streeter, Kelly Osbourne, and Cypress Hill’s Sen Dog
The track marks Fergie’s first solo effort since her seminal 2006 album The Duchess.
Fergie goes global, shouting out locations around the world: she exhorts everywhere from L.A. to Switzerland.
The solo album does not currently have a release timeframe.
In the song, titled “A Little Party Never Killed Nobody (All We Got),” Fergie goes back to the Roaring Twenties with a Big Band vibe. That same feeling is carried out through the song’s video, released today (Aug. 6).
With help from Q-Tip and GoonRock, the Black Eyed Pea songstress heeds a few words of (bad) advice for Jay Gatsby on “A Little Party Never Killed Nobody (All We Got).”
Black Eyed Peas fans were left asking “Where Is the Love?” after reports surfaced that newly-pregnant singer Fergie is being replaced. However, will.i.am took to Twitter yesterday to squash the rumors, confirming that they are “furthest from the truth.”
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