By Lara Walsh
Updated Jul 01, 2016 @ 9:15 am
NEW YORK, NY - JUNE 26: Fergie performs at New York City Pride 2016 - Dance On The Pier on June 26, 2016 in New York City. (Photo by Neilson Barnard/Getty Images)
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The "Dutchess" is back! Fergie released a brand-new track Friday, and the term "M.I.L.F." is taking on a whole new meaning.

The Black Eyed Peas vocalist hasn't put out another solo album since her 2006 debut The Dutchess, which featured catchy hits like "Fergalicious" and "Big Girls Don't Die," and this hot new track released 10 years later has us pumped for her sophomore solo record.

She recently released teasers for another track, "Hungry," and her empowering new song also sounds like a chart-climber. But before we get ahead of ourselves: "M.I.L.F. $" is not what it sounds like. The hot new song doesn't directly allude to the commonly associated definition popularized in 1999's American Pie. Instead, Fergie decided to give the acronym an empowering meaning that celebrates motherhood.

"Changing the acronym to 'Moms I'd Like to Follow' is about empowering women who do it all ... They have a career, a family, and still find the time to take care of themselves and feel sexy. With a wink of course," she said, according to People. The song itself has the catchy pop-inspired rhythms we've come to love from Fergie, as well as plenty of dairy puns!

Since the birth of her son Axl Jack (Dad is Fergie's husband Josh Duhamel), in 2013, the mother of one has laid relatively low though released the single "L.A. Love" in 2014 as well as the well-received "A Little Party Never Killed Nobody" for the Great Gatsby soundtrack in 2013.

Download "M.I.L.F. $" through iTunes, or stream it via Spotify below.