Fergie

Fergie

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Stacy Ann Ferguson (born March 27, 1975 in Hacienda Heights, California) rose to prominence when she joined the hip-hop group Black Eyed Peas in 2003. While the group took a brief hiatus, she released her first solo album, "The Dutchess", she was also featured in Slash's debut album "Slash" singing two rock songs "Beautiful Dangerous (feat. Fergie)" and "Paradise City (feat. Cypress Hill & Fergie)". The Feel Alive Songfacts states that she teamed up with Pitbull and DJ Poet for "Feel Alive. More Info »

Top Albums

  • The Dutchess
    The Dutchess
  • Fergie Hit Pac - 5 Series
    Fergie Hit Pac - 5 Series
  • Glamorous - Single
    Glamorous - Single
  • Big Girls Don't Cry
    Big Girls Don't Cry
  • The Dutchess Deluxe
    The Dutchess Deluxe
  • Glamorous
    Glamorous
  • The Dutchess Deluxe EP
    The Dutchess Deluxe EP
  • London Bridge
    London Bridge
  • Fergalicious
    Fergalicious
  • PERSONAL (BIG GIRLS REMIX FEATURING SEAN KINGSTON)
    PERSONAL (BIG GIRLS REMIX FEATURING SEAN KINGSTON)
  • Clumsy
    Clumsy
  • Exit EP
    Exit EP
  • Finally
    Finally
  • The Dutchess Deluxe (Explicit)
    The Dutchess Deluxe (Explicit)
  • London Bridge (Edited Version)
    London Bridge (Edited Version)
  • The Dutchess (Deluxe International Version)
    The Dutchess (Deluxe International Version)
  • The Me EP
    The Me EP
  • Clumsy/Fergalicious
    Clumsy/Fergalicious
  • Break-In, Break-Out
    Break-In, Break-Out
  • Barracuda
    Barracuda
  • Ragaroo
    Ragaroo
  • For The Wee Small Hours
    For The Wee Small Hours
  • Blackeye-P/The Baddness
    Blackeye-P/The Baddness
  • Clumsy (International Version)
    Clumsy (International Version)
  • Motion
    Motion
  • As Cinco Melhores
    As Cinco Melhores
  • The Larne Express
    The Larne Express
  • El Capitano
    El Capitano
  • Glamorous (International Version)
    Glamorous (International Version)
  • Party People
    Party People
  • Big Girls Don't Cry (International Version)
    Big Girls Don't Cry (International Version)
  • London Bridge (International Version)
    London Bridge (International Version)
  • JUST STAND UP!
    JUST STAND UP!
  • The Dutchess (Australia/NZ Repack Version)
    The Dutchess (Australia/NZ Repack Version)
  • The Bass EP
    The Bass EP
  • Here I Come
    Here I Come
  • Fergalicious (International Version)
    Fergalicious (International Version)
  • Pick It Up Song
    Pick It Up Song

Fergie. Artist Bio

Stacy Ann Ferguson (born March 27, 1975 in Hacienda Heights, California) rose to prominence when she joined the hip-hop group Black Eyed Peas in 2003. While the group took a brief hiatus, she released her first solo album, "The Dutchess", she was also featured in Slash's debut album "Slash" singing two rock songs "Beautiful Dangerous (feat. Fergie)" and "Paradise City (feat. Cypress Hill & Fergie)". The Feel Alive Songfacts states that she teamed up with Pitbull and DJ Poet for "Feel Alive." It was the first new song from Fergie as a lead artist to be released since the deluxe edition of The Dutchess in 2008.

In the Summer of 2006. Her debut single titled London Bridge quickly shot up to #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. She later released Fergalicious, Glamorous, Big Girls Don't Cry and Clumsy, all of which led on to become top 5 singles on the chart.

As a child, she appeared on the television program Kids Incorporated for several years with Renee Sands, who would become another member of Wild Orchid. Ferguson's well-scrubbed image on that show presents quite a contrast with the "ghetto-funk" image she has more recently begun to cultivate. Ferguson was the voice of Sally Brown in two Charlie Brown specials: It's Flashbeagle, Charlie Brown (1984), Snoopy's Getting Married, Charlie Brown (1985) and also voiced Sally in the 1985 version of "The Charlie Brown and Snoopy Show".


Official Site: Fergie.com
Brazilian Site: FergieBR.com

B) Fergie (real name Robert Ferguson) is a electronic music artist and DJ from Larne, County Antrim, Northern Ireland. He has mixed sets and released singles under the name Fergie, most notably for Godskitchen, Mixmag and Radio 1.

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