Fergie's upcoming album pulls from different areas of her life over the last seven years.
Late fall, Fergie dropped the almost anthemic lead single, “L.A. Love (La La),” off her impending record before disappearing into the abyss and Black Eyed Peas rumor mill. Worry no more, because Fergie Ferg says she's ready to return.
“I’m at that place where I need to finish everything,” Fergie says in a new interview with the Daily Mail. “I’m getting all of my visuals together, all of my vision boards. Every song has a different character."
We don't know much about these characters, but Fergie admits in past interviews to expect collaborations from Charlie Puth and Nicki Minaj.
“It’s about... seven years of ideas from different parts [of my life]," she continues. "From touring to being pregnant to all different aspects of life. Which is weird because 'The Dutchess' was a compilation of seven years worth of songs as well, so it’s kind of a little bit meant to be. It’s kind of weird. It’s kind of an omen.”
Perhaps the "Big Girls Don't Cry" singer's latest record got a delay because she's busy playing double duty with the Black Eyed Peas, who recently signed with Justin Bieber and Ariana Grande's manager Scooter Braun. Regardless, her record is coming soon.
"I get completely into the details of an album," she continues, "so this year it’s coming. I’m comin’ for ya!”
Check out the interview here: