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By EW.com/DYLAN KICKHAM
Jun 10, 2016 @ 3:00 pm
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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 a music 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 hair and licking a phoropter. About two weeks ago, Fergie teased the new song and video on Instagram.

In May, Fergie’s husband Josh Duhamel revealed that Fergie’s next album, rumored to be called Double Dutchess, is coming “literally any minute.”