Since giving birth to baby Axl back in August, Fergie has maintained a low profile of sorts.
Musically, though, the Pop star has been quiet for far longer. Indeed, the last official material the mother released was 2010’s ‘The Beginning’ as part of the Black Eyed Peas.
Yet, as reported last year, the 38-year-old once again has the musical itch – and is readying her second solo album.
During a visit to Ryan Seacrest‘s radio show today, Fergie Ferg updates fans on the status of the project and detailed her approach to making the LP, which serves as the follow-up to 2006’s mutli-Platinum smash ‘The Dutchess’.
Find out what she had to say after the jump…
Granted time isn’t particularly of the essence (see: industry’s unfair age bias), we’re entirely ready for a new Fergie LP! The first was a ball of fire and served as a great example of how Urban and Pop can co-exist with colossal results.