Hallelujah, Fergie Is Back Spelling Words Over a Beat Again
Weâ€™ve been hearing rumors of a Fergie revival for weeks now and this morning Fergie dropped her first single in 8 years, which is already being calledÂ theÂ song of the summer byÂ literally one news outlet.
Honestly,Â we’re inclined to agree for three reasons.
#1:Â The song is called “M.I.L.F. $,” which FYI, is pronounced MILF – money
#2:Â It’s classic Fergie, which means it’s so bad that after five seconds of hearing it, you’re already obsessed.
#3: Most of the other songs that have been released this summer are really boring
For example, take this sample lyric from the first verse:
â€œHeard you in the mood for a little M.I.L.F. shake / welcome to the diary duchess love factory / I can whip it up, mix you up straight away / comin in the front door, leavin at the back door / flip it, whip it, haiiiiii.â€
And unlike Gwen Stefani, whose recent comeback album was a little too grown up to still be fun, Fergieâ€™s not afraid to go back to her mid-2000s roots, and spend a signifigant amount of time spelling words over a beat.
â€œ Cause we i – n – d – e – p – e – n – d – e – n – t / do you know what that means? / canâ€™t see me b – r – o – k – e / Iâ€™m p – a – i – d.â€
Three very important words to know how to spell, amiright?
Welcome back, Fergie.
You’ve been m – i – s – s – e -d.