Fergie's "M.I.L.F. $" Is Your New Summer Anthem

Song serves as the first single off her album Double Dutchess

By Zach Johnson Jul 01, 2016 12:10 PMTags

At long last, Fergie released her new song "M.I.L.F. $" Friday, hours after the track leaked online. It's the first single from her second solo album, due out later this year. Double Dutchess has been a decade in the making, and fans have been waiting patiently. Her debut solo album, The Dutchess, was released in 2006 and sold over 8 million copies worldwide. It featured the hits "London Bridge," "Fergalicious," "Glamorous," "Big Girls Don't Cry," "Clumsy" and "Finally."

"You got that, you got that, you got that milk money / I got that, I got that, I got that MILF money," Fergie, 41, sings in her latest effort. "I got that MILF money / I got that MILF money."

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Fergie hasn't been absent from the music scene since The Dutchess was released. She toured with the Black Eyed Peas in support of 2009's The E.N.D. and 2010's The Beginning, and she contributed new music to the Sex and the City and Great Gatsby soundtracks. In 2014, Fergie released what was meant to be her comeback single, "L.A. Love (La La)." She returned to the recording studio, and just a few weeks ago, Fergie teased a new song, "Hungry," on Instagram.

The pop star recently performed at the Pride Parade in New York City, though Fergie didn't sing "M.I.L.F. $" or "Hungry" at the time. "The LGBT community has been an ally to me through the years. Since I have been in the entertainment field since I was a child, I have been so supported and have had so many friends who have showed me such compassion and have been there for me," she told Next Magazine. "It has been amazing."

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"Through good choices and bad choices, ups and downs in my life, I have had so many friends that have changed my life," she added. "Taught me about confidence. Taught me how to love myself when I wasn't loving myself. Taught me how to love myself imperfections and all, bad choices and all. That's the biggest gift that the LGBT community has given to me."

"The support for my career of course has been an amazing and a wonderful thing that I am so grateful for," she said. "But more importantly, the support just as individual friends. Before I could ever afford to have a therapist, so many therapy sessions, so many tears, so many moments of clarity of self-acceptance that have happened in my life.

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