Fergie Releases Artwork for New Single “L.A. Love (La La)”

Fergie is spreading more (L.A.) love

The part-Mexican American singer and Black Eyed Peas member has released the official artwork for her brand new single “L.A. Love (La La),” which will be released on September 29.


The artwork features a woman’s hands with long, sharp nails painted in psychedelic colors flashing the “L.A.” hand sign. The hands are blinged out with rings in front of a heart made of marijuana leaves with pretty crazy green eyes.

The phrase “Smile Now, Cry Later,” is also tattooed to one of the hands, which could be a line from the song or the title of her forthcoming album.

Fergie posted the image on Instagram on Monday with the caption “The #LALOVE Movement begins… 9/29.”

Over the weekend, a portion of Fergie’s new single was played at the DSQUARED2 fashion show at Milan Fashion Week.

The yet-to-be-titled LP is expected to come out next year, her first full-length since 2006’s smash hit The Dutchess.

Fergie’s New Single Gets Airplay at Milan Fashion Week

Fergie is spreading her (L.A.) love in Italy…

Only days after rumors surfaced that the 39-year-old part-Mexican American singer and Black Eyed Peas member was working on new music, fans can now listen to a snippet of her new single “L.A. Love (La La).”


A portion of the track, which was produced by hitmaker DJ Mustard, was featured as the final song during the show for fashion design duo DSQUARED2 during Milan Fashion Week.

In the preview, Fergie is heard repeatedly mentioning some random cities around the world over the thumping beat while her backing vocalists sing the “la la la la la.”

“L.A. Love (La La)” will reportedly impact radios starting from September 30, according to Billboard’s associate director of charts/radio Gary Trust. It will serve as the first single off Fergie’s upcoming comeback album.

Fergie’s new single can be heard at the 11:55 mark in the video below:

The yet-to-be-titled LP is expected to come out next year. Billboard reported that Mike WiLL Made It would be heavily involved in what will be her first full-length since 2006’s The Dutchess.