Top 10 Fergie Songs

Fergie Songs

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Our Top 10 Fergie Songs lists looks at the work of one of the most successful female singers of the past twenty years. The Black Eyed Peas made a very smart move when they hired Fergie to become their co-lead singer in the early 200s0. Fergie has a voice and presence that is hard to match by anyone. There is just something really special about Fergie. You can’t take your eyes of her when she is up on that stage. Her presence is so strong that it can almost overwhelm that powerful voice of hers. And what a voice. She is probably one of the most underrated singers in the business. The songs she she has recorded with the Black Eyed Peas as well as her solo career would become some of the biggest hit singles of the past two decades. Oh yes, it’s been oh so Fergalicious!

Since we have already released a top 10 Black Eyed Peas songs list, this Fergie songs list will focus just on the music Fergie has released as a solo artist. Fergie was born Stacy Ann Ferguson in the mid 1970s. Her married name is Fergie Duhamel. While some may think that Fergie is from England, she is actually from California. Fergie’s first major label recording contract was with a three female singer fronted singing group called Wild Orchid. The group released three albums with Fergie that didn’t really sell well. She left Wild Orchid in 2001 and joined the Black Eyed Peas where she would have phenomenal success on both a commercial and artistic level.

In the music business there are the incredible female vocalists like Mariah Carey, Ariana Grande, and Adele. There are the great female rappers like Nicki Minaj, Missy Elliot and  Cardi B to name a few of the best. Your usually either one or the other. Fergie has always stood out because she could sing and rap on the same levels as those we just mentioned. Her talents are simply just stunning. Our Top 10 Fergie songs list looks to define her talents as well as her best songs. Even though Fergie has released only two studio albums, both records were filled with so many big time hits, it’s tough to only choose ten from just those two albums. Additionally, Fergie has collaborated with so many other artists so there are many great recordings to choose from. This won’t be easy, but we know it will be tons of fun reviewing all these great Fergie songs.

This list contains only Fergie solos songs and collaborations. For her songs with the Black Eyed Peas check out our top 10 Black Eyed Peas songs list. Now it Fergalicious time!

# 10 – At Night I Pray

We thought we would open up our Fergie songs list with a sample of her career before she joined the Black Eyed Peas and ever released a solo record.The song “At Night I Pray,” was a single released when Fergie was a member of the all girl group Wild Orchid. Somewhat styled after 80s groups like Expose and Sweet Sensation, Wild Orchid had a more of an adult contemporary sound than those 80s groups. It’s an interesting listen and fun video to watch to see a part of Fergie’s past before she became the mega international star we all came to love as Fergie.

# 9 – Big Girls Don’t Cry

Continuing with our top 10 Fergie songs list we take a listen to a song that defined just how big of a star that Fergie had become. The song “Big Girls Don’t Cry,”was released on the album entitled The Dutchess. The album was released in 2006. It was the third single released from the album. Amazingly, it was also the third single in a row from the album that hit number one on the US Billboard Hot 100. The song also was a number one hit on the US  Billboard Adult Contemporary Charts, the US Billboard Mainstream Top 40 charts and the US Billboard Top 40 charts. The song also went to number one in Australia, Austria, Canada, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Ireland, and even Russia. Yes, Russia. Now that’s what we call a worldwide hit single.

# 8 -Party People

In the number eight spot on our top 10 Fergie songs list we present the song entitled “Party People.” This was a Nelly song that featured Fergie. OMG does she look gorgeous in this video. And of course she sounds so phenomenal as usual. The song was released on the album entitled Brass Knuckles. The album was released in 2008. The song was a top 10 hit in New Zealand and Belgium. It was a top 40 hit on the US Billboard Hot 100.

# 7 – L.A. Love (La La)

In the number seven position on our top 10 Fergie songs list is the song entitled “L.A. Love (La La).”  Be careful when you watch this video because its so hot with Fergie in a bikini you may have a heart attack. This jubilant tripping song is such a blast to listen and party too. Fergie nailed it all the way with this one. The song was released on the album entitled Double Dutchess. The album was released ten years after her first solo album. It was the first single released from the album. The song was a hit on the US Billboard Hot 100 peaking at number twenty seven. In the United Kingdom, the song “L.A. Love (La La)” went all the way to number three.

# 6 – You Already Know

Landing in the number six spot on our top 10 Fergie songs list we present the song “You Already Know.” Fergie opens up this killer track with a smoking vocal that showcases off her golden pipes and her smooth rapping skills. The song also features Nicki Minaj in the song’s middle section. The song was released on the album entitled Double Dutchess. It was the fourth single released from the album. There is a sample of Rob Base and DJ E-Z Rock’s classic track “It Takes Two.” There are also some James Brown licks throughout the song.

# 5 – Clumsy

If this song sounded familiar to you the first time you heard it, undoubtedly it was probably because of the use of Little Richard’s “The Girl Can’t Help It,” that fueled the groove of the song. At the halfway point on our top 10 Fergie songs list is the magnificent single “Clumsy.”  The song was issued on the album The Dutchess. It was the fifth single released from the album. The song was a hit on the US Billboard Hot 100 peaking at number five.

# 4 –  Glamorous

At the number four spot on our top 10 Fergie songs list we present the extraordinary song “Glamorous.” This gorgeous song was a monumental hit for Fergie.The song was released on the album entitled The Dutchess. The album was released in 2006.  It was the third single released from the album. The song was a hit on the US Billboard Hot 100 peaking at number one. The song also was a hit on the US Billboard R&B Charts again reaching all the way up to number one. The song broke onto the US Billboard Dance Charts and yes, hit number one.

# 3 – M.I.L.F. $

If you don’t know what those letter stand for, well then this is just not the place for us to explain it. In the number three spot on our top 10 Fergie songs list we present the song entitled “M.I.L.F. $.” The song was released on the album entitled Double Dutchess. The album was released in 2016. It was the second single released from the album. The song was a hit on the US Billboard Hot Rap Songs Charts peaking at number seven. The fans in New Zealand loved this luscious song because they turned it into a number hit in that country. The song was also a top 10 hit in Germany. Interesting where this song scored big.

# 2 – Fergalicious

Baby do we love this one in the number two spot on our top 10 Fergie songs list. How could you not love a song called “Fergalicious.” Her Black Eyed Peas partner Will.I.Am counts this one off for her. “Fergalicious,'” samples from a ton of songs so there is a large amount of writers receiving credit on this one. The song was released on the 2006 album entitled The Dutchess. It was the second single released from the album. The song just missed the number one spot on the US Billboard Hot 100 peaking at number two. The energetic song also was a hit on the Australian Music Charts  reaching all the way up to number four.

# 1 – London Bridge

We close out our top 10 Fergie songs list with the phenomenal hit single “London Bridge.” This was Fergie’s first solo single release. Everyone loved this one. The lyrics were so brilliantly written even though they may have been a bit too much for some. Nonetheless, we loved them and so did millions of other fans because this was a monster hit single. “London Bridge,” was released on the album entitled The Dutchess. The album was released in 2006. It was the first single released from the album.

You can’t do any better than Fergie did with her first single as it went straight to number one on the US Billboard Hot 100. The song also was a hit on the US US Pop Songs charts reaching all the way up to number four. In the United Kingdom, the song hit number three. On the Australian ARIA Music Sales Charts the song also hit number three. “London Bridge,” was composed by Stacy Ferguson (Fergie), Jamal Jones, Sean Garrett and Mike Hartnett.

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