Fergie Drops 'Like it Ain't Nuttin' and 'Enchante' Videos, Performs 'My Humps' on 'Tonight Show': Watch

Fergie is making the rounds like it's 2007 -- storming back into our lives with new videos for "Enchanté" and "Like It Ain't Nuttin'" and appearing on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon all on Thursday night (Sept. 21). Oh, and her new solo album, Double Dutchess: Seeing Double The Visual Experience, was released on Friday (Sept. 22), 11 years after The Black Eyed Peas member's debut solo album, The Dutchess

First, in the video for "Like It Ain't Nuttin'," (produced by her BEP mate Fergie oscillates between a club, what appears to be a secret parking garage, an abandoned park at night, the studio, an escalator and the back of a car. All the while, she's either rocking her natural blonde hair or a short black wig while rapping:

What ya gonna do when I step in the room?
Bet y'all ballers gonna rock to the tune
Bet y'all ballers gonna rock to the tune
Get down to the beat and rock to the tune
What ya gonna do when I step in the place?
Bet you everybody gonna rock to the bass
Bet you everybody gonna rock to the bass
I, I get money all day, baby
Like it ain't nothin', nothin', nothin', nothin', nothin'


The video for "Enchanté" (Carine) features adorable babbling at the top from Fergie's son Axl Jack and stars model Kendall Jenner, who starts out asleep in bed until the beat drops and she is startled awake. Throughout the video, we frenetically follow Jenner in various outfits and activities as she makes her way through a deconstructed house while lounging in a tub, playing various brass instruments and generally being fabulous. Over a slinky beat and marimbas Fergie casually sings, "Enchanted, delighted to meet you/ Excited, the people, the music/ I want you, consume it/ It's sinful, this greeting/ A ritual, a meeting, the first time impressions/ The truest expressions" before transitioning into French.


On The Tonight Show, Fergie performed BEP's hit song "My Humps" with Questlove and Captain Kirk of The Roots as part of their ongoing Black Simon & Garfunkel bit. The men started by themselves singing the song softly over an acoustic guitar before Fergie popped through the curtain dressed in all beatnik black, complete with a beret. Their collabo stripped the thumping, lascivious tune down to bare acoustics, giving it a (slightly) more cerebral vibe as they mixed in some of S&G's "The Boxer."

Before leaving Fallon, Fergie also performed "You Already Know," including pulling off an impressive full split.

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