The Dutchess is back, and she loves El Lay!
For the first time in 8 years, Fergie launched a new song, after time off to become a mom to her 1 year old son, Axl.
The pop star, 39, debuted “L.A. Love (la la)” earlier this month, delivering her street-sense Fergalicious in sexy style (photo below).
Check out some Latino flavors in the infectious dance song.
The centerpiece of the video is a Día de los Muertos-style party bus that Fergie says was inspired by art cars at Burning Man. There's also several cameos from Latinos celebrities, and low riders, as they cruise (what it seems like) East Los Angeles neighborhoods in the big party bus.
Fergie's music career:
This new song is her first solo since her 2006 album The Dutchess, which delivered chart-topping hits as “Fergalicious” and “Glamorous.” (after that album, she released The E.N.D. with her group The Black Eyed Peas in 2009).
Ferguson "Fergie" joined the Black Eyed Peas in time to record 2003's Elephunk. She became central to the group's mainstream success ("Let's Get It Started," "My Humps") which helped released her first solo album, The Dutchess.
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