Fergie Is Putting The Finishing Touches On Her Comeback Album, Promises A 2015 Release Date

Mike Wass | July 13, 2015 3:50 pm
Fergie Is Working With Charlie Puth
Fergie is working with Charlie Puth on her much-anticipated comeback album.

Fergie’s comeback album should arrive by the end of the year. That’s the main nugget of information to take away from the Black Eyed Peas diva’s new interview with Mail Online (watch below). “I’m at that place where I need to finish everything,” she says. “I’m getting all of my visuals together, all of my vision boards. Every song has a different character. I get completely into the details of an album… so this year it’s coming. I’m comin’ for ya!”

So, what can we expect from the opus? “It’s about, I believe, seven years of ideas from different parts — from tour 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.” Fergie dropped the album’s lead single “L.A. Love (La La)” last year and promptly landed an international hit. Since then, she has been in the studio with “See You Again” chart-topper Charlie Puth.

Fergie’s interview with Mail Online:

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