Fergie and Nicki Minaj Are the Ultimate Badass Chicks in 'You Already Know' Video


Fergie and Nicki Minaj Are the Ultimate Badass Chicks in 'You Already Know' Video


The 'Glamorous' hitmaker and the Young Money femcee show off their fiery sides and seductive dance moves in the black-and-white video.
We're just a week away from the release of Stacy Ferguson a.k.a. Fergie's highly-anticipated album "Double Dutchess", and the songstress has now treated fans to a new music video for her collaboration with Nicki Minaj, "You Already Know". The clip finds the two artists showcasing their inner badass sides as they strike fiery and seductive poses.

Fergie practically makes love to the camera as she dances around in a latex costume. Meanwhile, Nicki rocks a suit and tie in some scenes while acting like a boss. The black-and-white clip basically has the same concept as Fergie's previous video for her Rick Ross-assisted track, "Hungry".

Fergie shows off her rapping skill on the song as she spits, "Come get some, you little bums/ Dudes want the cake, but they can't get a crumb/ From the original, sexual, visual dope chick and all that good s**t/ Charismatic when I'm at it/ When I add it up, I'm mathematic, baby/ Top game, I'm out the attic/ There you have it, no dramatics, hold the static."



"Double Dutchess" is set to arrive on September 22. Fergie worked on the effort for three years. "I'm sorry it's taken so long, to those of you who have been waiting, I just got a kid and a husband and I need sleep and I just really cared about it," she recently said. "But I hope it will be worth it."

"A lot of it is really autobiographical and, you know, I had tour albums with [Black Eyed Peas], but that's really not the time and place to air out some of my own personal feelings and thoughts and emotions," she added. "So my second album is the place for me to do so, so there's a lot of emotion."

"Double Dutchess" marks Fergie's first project since leaving her old label Interscope and creating her own label Dutchess Music a few months ago. "It's an opportunity to release my solo music as well as develop and nurture new artists," she previously said. "This next chapter in my career will allow me the independence to evolve both as artist and a businesswoman."


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