Black Eyed Peas' resident songstress Fergie has been pretty quiet these days. Almost exactly a year ago the singer/songwriter gave birth to her first child, Axl (yeah, named after that guy), but musically, we haven't heard much. That is, until now!
In a recent interview on Chelsea Lately the pop star revealed a new solo record is underway. It will be Fergie's first solo release since 2006's The Dutchess, which gave us "London Bridge," "Big Girls Don't Cry" and "Glamorous."
"My social life has gone out the window," Fergie told Chelsea. "My social life is now at the studio. Everyone's there. I just think it's the biggest party, [but the record]'s coming! Finally! It's solo." The singer didn't share any album specifics when asked if the lyrical content was going to cover mommyhood. "It's all different things," she answered. The release date has yet to be revealed, but we couldn't be more excited!
Check out the interview above. (Pick it up around the 1:30 mark for album talk.)