FINALLY! Fergie is back on the scene with the hot new song, ‘M.I.L.F.$,’ and it’s giving us all the sounds we need to get through the summer! Check out her fiery anthem here!
It’s been nearly a decade since Fergie, 42, has put out a slew of hit records, but the singer just released her new track, “M.I.L.F.$” on July 1, and she proved she still has the magic touch! And after just one listen, it’s definitely the summer jam we didn’t know we needed!
Get ready to get up and dance because Fergie’s single will definitely get you out of your seat! The singer’s sassy attitude comes through as she raps about having her “hair and nails on fleek.” And the electric bass and beat perfectly ties the song together as Fergie chants about having that “milk money.” And of course, it wouldn’t be a signature Ferg song if there wasn’t a spelling lesson! Similar to her hit 2006 track, “Fergalicious,” the singer managed to teach all of us how to spell “independent” and “paid,” two words that definitely describe a M.I.L.F.
Speaking of the word, which has traditionally been seen as a derogatory term, Fergie has mentioned that she wants to reclaim the word and put in a more positive context. “Changing the acronym to ‘Moms I’d Like To Follow’ is about empowering women who do it all,” the mom of son Axl Jack said. “They have a career, a family, and still find the time to take care of themselves and feel sexy. With a wink of course.” Girl power!
The new hit is coming off the heels of Fergie’s leaked single artwork, where the singer is pictured in black and white and topless! She definitely was giving off major sexy mama vibes as she showed off some serious cleavage.
So far, this is yet another single to drop, behind “Hungry” and “MILF Money.” While Fergie’s husband did spill that fans should expect another studio album from the singer, entitled Double Dutchess, she has yet to unveil an official release date. And after hearing all of these jams, we’re starting to get anxious!
HollywoodLifers, what do you think of Fergie’s new track? Is it a hit or miss?