Fergie, Fergalicious, Video Stream

Fergie - Fergalicious - Video Stream
Fergie - Fergalicious -  Video Stream

The Dutchess is back with 'Fergalicious' on November 27th through A&M/Will.I.Am records. 'Fergalicious' is the second single taken from, debut album The Dutchess. "When I was younger, I used to go to a club called Studio K and dance for hours to JJ Fad and MC Lyte. 'Fergalicious' is the song I wanted to make, because it has that throwback appeal that reminds me of being in junior high school" says Fergie.

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Fergalicious is once again produced by fellow BEP Will.I.Am who is currently flying high with his production talents on the Busta Rhymes smash 'I Love My Chick' and Justin Timbalake's latest multi platinum selling album. But it's band-mate and superstar in waiting Fergie that he's put his heart and soul into.



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