Double Dutchess

Double Dutchess

by FergieFergie


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Fergie made the most of her first solo album, The Dutchess, the culmination of over 20 years in the business, a multi-platinum smash with five singles that were either unavoidable or close to it. Eight years later, after two more albums with the Black Eyed Peas, she released the first single off what became her follow-up. "L.A.LOVE (La La)," outfitted with co-production from DJ Mustard and a verse from YG, and shouts to many other locations including Kingston and Jamaica, arrived just after the somewhat Fergalicious Iggy Azalea crashed the mainstream. It wasn't nearly as successful as the debut's singles -- not in the U.S., at least -- but it did go platinum. Three more years passed prior to the arrival of Double Dutchess, which seemed to signal some hesitancy, though the period was likely lengthened by Fergie's split from Interscope and the establishment of her BMG-supported Dutchess Music label. With a little help from BEP partner, and input from past and new cross-genre production associates ranging from Toby Gad and Polow da Don to Cirkut and Alesso, Double Dutchess is similar to The Dutchess in makeup. It mixes nostalgic and contemporary rap elements, applies references to various global sounds, and veers from cartoonish club tracks and belting pop ballads. Fergie's in typically uninhibited, sometimes irreverent form, commanding "Ladies, rub on your titties" (on a track where she also recalls Salt-N-Pepa and Audio Two), swapping carefree verses with Nicki Minaj over the inexhaustible "Think (About It)" break, singing in falsetto over slick neo-disco, and wailing in the red on the cathartic finale. Amid all the sensible updates to the debut's approach is a slight surprise, "Enchanté (Carine)," a loopy, sugary French-English number with Fergie's son along for the ride, sounding like the second coming of Jordy. Fergie is demonstrably energized, and having a ball with nothing left to prove. [Double Dutchess was also released in a clean version with explicit content removed.]

Product Details

Release Date: 09/22/2017
Label: Bmg Rights Managemen
UPC: 0075597934212
catalogNumber: 94321
Rank: 116361

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Fergie   Primary Artist
Kevin Fisher   Background Vocals
Jens Gad   Soloist   Organ,Synthesizer
Kevin Scott   Bass Guitar
Brandon Owens   Upright Bass
DJ Curt   scratching
Joey Sommerville   Horn
Andre Bowman   Bass Guitar
Toby Gad   Guitar
Timothy Thomas   Background Vocals
Nathaniel Alford   Background Vocals
Theron Thomas   Background Vocals
Jacob Kasher   Background Vocals
Jamire Williams   Drums
Terrace Martin   Keyboards,Saxophone,Vocoder
Allakoi Peete   Percussion
Keith Harris   Synthesizer,Drums,Synthesizer Bass
Ron Avant   Keyboards
George Pajon   Guitar
Lukasz Gottwald   Background Vocals
Listeners   Vocals
Rachael Findlen   Background Vocals
Sophia Black   Background Vocals
Chloe Angelides   Background Vocals
Roark Bailey   Acoustic Guitar
Philip Constable   Bass Guitar
Fergie Duhamel   Vocals
Henry Walter   Background Vocals
Jennifer Eashoo   Background Vocals
Tyler Sheppard   Background Vocals
Marlon Williams   Guitar
Axl Jack   Vocals
Bennie Amey   Vocals

Technical Credits

James Brown   Composer
Ray Jackson   Composer
Lisa Gerrard   Composer
Diane Gordon   Composer
Brendan Perry   Composer
Alvin Ranglin   Composer
Tom Leach   Engineer
Deborah Mannis-Gardner   Sample Clearance
Joel Metzler   Vocal Producer
Alex Williams   Engineer
Roy Hammond   Composer
Antonio Hardy   Composer   Producer,Engineer,drum programming
Kathy Angstadt   Video Consultant
Jamal Jones   Composer
Jeremy Allen   Composer
Ianthe Zevos   Art Direction
Padraic Kerin   Engineer
Orlando Vitto   Engineer
Justin Tranter   Composer
John D. Norten   Engineer
Toby Gad   Composer,Programming,Producer,Engineer,Vocal Producer,Instrumentation
Tristan Prettyman   Composer
Sho Nuff   Additional Production
Venus Brown   Arranger,Producer,Engineer,Executive Producer,Vocal Producer
Lee Slater   Engineer
Kirk Robinson   Composer
Luke Burland   Publicity
Shomari Wilson   Composer
Sean Patterson   Creative Supervision
Dan Cohen   Engineer
Aubry "Big Juice" Delaine   Vocal Producer
Timothy Thomas   Composer
Webster Gradney   Composer
Theron Thomas   Composer
Joe Peluso   Engineer
Steve Franks   Composer
William Roberts   Composer
Polow da Don   Producer
Terrace Martin   Arranger,Producer,Music Direction
DJ Ammo   Producer,drum programming
Keith Harris   Composer,Producer,Engineer,drum programming
Onika Maraj   Composer
Damien Leroy   Composer
George Pajon   Composer
Dijon McFarlane   Composer,Producer
Alesso   Producer
Clint Gibbs   Engineer
Lukasz Gottwald   Composer
Cirkut   Producer
William Adams   Composer
Alessandro Lindblad   Composer
Philip Patterson   Composer
Rachael Findlen   Engineer
Patrizio Pigliapoco   Engineer
JPdidthis1   Producer
FIXYN   Producer
Stevie Mackey   Vocal Producer
Leon Youngblood   Composer,Producer
James Royo   Engineer
Lauren Goldblum   Art Direction
Melvin Vernell   Composer
Taylor Parks   Composer
Tal Meltzer   Composer
Matt Schaeffer   Engineer
Chris King   Engineer
Deandre Collins   Programming
Roark Bailey   Engineer
Royce Thomas   Composer
Philip Constable   Composer,Producer
Franks   Producer
Fergie Duhamel   Composer,Executive Producer,Vocal Producer
Henry Walter   Composer
Blanco "The Ear"   Vocal Producer
Torence Hatch   Composer
Afro Steve   Engineer
Jocelyn a. Donald   Composer
Keenon Daequan   Composer
Donut   Producer
Yonni   Producer
Johannes Raasina   Engineer
David Riff   Composer,Producer

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