Fergie eyeing up March release for second album
Fergie is reportedly set to release her second LP in March and has been busy in Paris doing a photoshoot for the forthcoming album's artwork
Fergie looks set to release her first album in a decade in March.
The former Black Eyed Peas singer was spotted in Paris at the weekend, where she undertook a photoshoot for the cover of the upcoming record, which will be the follow-up to her 2006 solo debut 'The Dutchess'.
According to WWD, the 'London Bridge' hitmaker worked with visual artists and photographers Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott on the shoot, and posed for pictures in a number of outfits by several high-end fashion designers including Tom Ford, Gianvito Rossi, Rosamosario and Raf Simons.
The 40-year-old beauty is also believed to be working on a number of upcoming music videos for her campaign, two of which will be filmed in Los Angeles and London.
Though she hasn't commented directly on the speculation, she has used her Twitter page to share a news story about the possible release.
In the summer of 2015, Fergie was photographed with singer Charlie Puth, working on a song penned by the 'See You Again' hitmaker.
Charlie previously said: I got to work with Fergie - for example - last month, which was so much fun and we made such a cool song."
Asked what the song sounds like, he added: "Picture 'My Humps' 2015. Fergie is so talented, she's such a genius. My mind was completely blown when I was in the studio with her."
Fergie's last release was her 2014 single 'L.A. Love (La La)', which sold just 200,000 copies.