Fergie Aiming For January Release Of ‘Double Dutchess’

Carl Williott | December 7, 2016 11:00 am

Fergie previously told fans she was eyeing an early 2017 release for her long-awaited, decade-in-the-making sophomore album Double Dutchess. And in a new interview with Music Choice, she clarifies she means really early. As in, January.

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“I’m hoping for ASAP. As soon as possible, I’m going for January, that’s when I’m trying,” she told the network. “I’m hoping for January. You know everyone’s gotta do the holiday thing and all that but, I’m ready. Ready to let this thing into the universe.”

To go along with that news, she also revealed she has three music videos on the way. She traveled the globe to film visuals for various tracks off the album including “A Little Work” (directed by Jonas Åkerlund), “Just Like You” and “Nothin'” (directed by Ben Moore), the latter of which she says is “super throwback hip-hop to the ’90s.”

So it sounds like the album rollout is in the final stages — all that’s left is an official announcement.