Hungry (2nd Byte)

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Ladies and gentlemen, Fergie is back. And she's "Hungry."

The 41-year-old singer dropped the second teaser, or "2nd byte," for her new song on social media Wednesday, the Black Eyed Peas singer looking like the gorgeous rebel she always has been in a skin-tight black catsuit and fresh short haircut. 

It's been almost two years since Fergie has released a new song and more than 10 years since she dropped The Dutchess, her first solo album. Her next album, Double Dutchess, is set to be released any time now. 

The title of her new song has yet to be revealed, but judging from the number of times she mentions being "hungry," we can assume that has something to do with the track's name (not to mention its fierce vibe).

The minute-long black-and-white video opens with Fergie walking toward the camera and later shows the songstress in a fishnet dress as she chops off her long hair. The twisted clip also features instruments used in an eye exam, feathers falling, ink and broken glass.

Fergie, you have our attention. 


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The track is punctuated with heavy bass and Fergie's sultry voice saying, "Starving. Not thirsty, just hungry. Ambitious." Could the new song be about her ambitious drive? Possibly. 

Fergie's husband, Josh Duhamel, told People earlier this month that her new album would be dropping "literally any minute." Since then, we've been counting the seconds.

"It's all ready to go, now it's a matter of what's going to be released first and you know how it's all going to be released," he said. "People are going to be amazed. It's so good. I'm really, really proud of her and the work she's put into it."

Sounds like Fergie's got something great in store for us. She ends the dramatic video saying "still hungry," which is the same line she used to close out her first teaser

We don't know what that means, but one thing's for sure—teaser two left us hungry for more.  

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