"M.I.L.F. $" is the first track the pop star has released since 2014's "L.A.LOVE (la la)"

By Jeff Nelson
July 01, 2016 12:55 AM
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Hey, Mama!

Fergie‘s (finally!) back with a hot new track, “M.I.L.F. $,’ and it’s the summer jam we didn’t know we were missing.

The best milk-inspired song since Kelis‘ 2003 masterpiece “Milkshake,” the frenzied pop track finds the Black Eyed Peas alum blending dairy puns and double entendre (see: the title’s play on grade-schoolers’ lactose allowance) with Grade-A self-referential swagger (“welcome to the dairy dutchess love factory,” she rap-sings at one point, citing her smash 2006 solo album The Dutchess).

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Fergie, 41, released the track – available for purchase on iTunes– on Friday. Fergie hasn’t released a solo LP since her first a decade ago; however, her Great Gatsby soundtrack contribution, “A Little Party Never Killed Nobody,” and 2014’s “L.A.LOVE (la la)” both saw success on the Billboard charts.

While she’s yet to announce another album, Fergie released a teaser of, seemingly, another new track earlier this month called “Hungry.”

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