Fergie Announces She Has A Collaboration With Nicki Minaj

November 13, 2014 by Danny M

Interviews

Fergie Announces She Has A Collaboration With Nicki Minaj

During a recent interview with Hot 97’s “The Morning Show”, Fergie confirmed to Ebro, Laura Stylez and Peter Rosenberg that she has a collaboration with Nicki Minaj.

It all started when Ebro asked Fergie if she sees someone like Nicki as competition and then she ended up revealing that they have a song together.

You can check it all out in the clip below from the 17:40 mark. Fergie also mentioned that the collabo will appear on her upcoming second studio album, due to be released next year, but it’s “possible” that we could hear the song before then!

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8 Responses to “Fergie Announces She Has A Collaboration With Nicki Minaj”

  1. Biscuit Says:

    It’s crazy how bad Nicki used to go overboard with her makeup.

    Reply

  2. 1 Says:

    This should be good

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  3. ttmt Says:

    I’m still not over how average that new lil wayne single is. What a let down.

    Reply

  4. Graeme Says:

    That single really sucks to be honest its weezy last album he should give us something we would never forget

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  5. da truth. Says:

    if i had a 3some wit these two id prolly die…..

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