Fergie releases twisted, black-and-white music video for 'Hungry (1st Byte)'
It’s been nearly a decade since Fergie released her debut solo album The Dutchess in 2006, and it looks like her long-anticipated follow-up is on its way very soon. Fergie released the intro track “Hungry (1st Byte)” along with video on Friday.
“They know that I’m a problem, that’s why everybody scared / Whatever doesn’t kill you, can make you an ill-ionaire,” Fergie spits over a church-like chant. The video itself is full of disquieting imagery, such as spiders, snakes, and broken glass. In it, Fergie is shown cutting her air and licking a phoropter. About two weeks ago, Fergie teased the new song and video on Instagram.