Fergie Returns With Nicki Minaj-Featuring Single

The Black Eyed Peas songstress’ follow-up album to 2005’s ‘The Duchess’ has been years in the making.

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Way back in 2014, Fergie revealed that she did some work with Nicki Minaj for her upcoming album. The followup to her 2005 debut The Duchess has been years in the making. On May 20, the songstress finally got its live debut at Rock in Rio music festival. Although the official title of the track is not revealed, it’s a house-y pop joint that features Nicki Minaj (who only appears at the end). Listen to it below and let us know what you think about it.

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