The singer unveils a clip for her Q-Tip and GoonRock collaboration featured on the 'Great Gatsby' soundtrack album.
She may be very much pregnant nowadays but that did not keep Black Eyed Peas member Fergie a.k.a. Stacy Ferguson from filming a music video for "A Little Party Never Killed Nobody (All We Got)", her contribution to the Jay-Z executive-produced "The Great Gatsby" soundtrack album. Director Fatima Robinson just creatively hid the 38-year-old mom-to-be's baby bump in the three-and-a-half-minute visuals.
"Ready 4 #ALittleParty? Join me, @QtipTheAbstract & @GoonRock 4 #ALPNKN," Fergie tweeted along with the link to the clip. In a behind-the-scene interview, she explained the concept for the video, that of "hosting the ultimate party," depicted through a 1920s-themed event at the Emerson theatre in Hollywood.
Preggy Fergie is seen getting all dolled-up for a night of partying before pulling up at the front of the club. She then first retreats to a comfortable sofa surrounded by dapper-looking men dressed in their black suits before she takes over the stage and the non-stop dancing ensues, the crowded dance floor filled with partygoers swaying to the electro-pop beats of the Goonrock-produced track.
It remains a mystery why it's only now that the music video is coming out, already months after the soundtrack had been released and the movie had its theatre run. But anything new from Fergie is a welcome delight, especially if the visuals is as appealing and entertaining as her new music video where fans can get to hear and be reminded of her amazing vocals.