Stacy Ann Ferguson (born March 27, 1976 in California, USA), with on stage is the stage name Fergie, is a singer, songwriter Americans. She was a member of the television program Kids Incorporated for children and the band Wild Orchid. Currently she is a vocalist for The Black Eyed Peas band and also performed as a singer always singing solo with his debut album The Dutchess collected many successes, particularly in the U.S. market.
Fergie Stacy Ann Ferguson real name, was born on 27/03/1976 in Hacienda Heights, California, USA, is the daughter of Terri Jackson and Patrick Ferguson. She has a sister, also an artist. She was born in a family of art lovers, she is welcome to go down this path.
At 8 years old, Fergie provides the voice for the character Sally and Lucy in the Peanuts cartoon dog Snoopy. From 1984 to 1989, she performed on the television show for children called Kid Incorporated and quickly famous.
In 1994, Fergie performed in the same second you Kid Incorporated Ridel and Renee Sandstrom is Stafanie established girl group called Wild Orchid. This group is to be the second album Wild Orchid (1996) and Oxygen (1998) and has 4 singles reached the Billboard Hot 100. But in 2001, Wild Orchid forced to split because record companies refused to cooperate and find partners to release an album.
Black Eyed Peas
Fergie in the group Black Eyed Peas
In 2003, Fergie recorded the song "Shut Up" with 3 members of the group Black Eyed Peas's 3rd album titled Elephunk. She also contributed five songs in different voices on the album. When released Elephunk, the manager of Interscope Records and impressed by the vocal style of Fergie linked to the body in place of Kim Hill (has left the group in 2000) in the group Black Eyed Peas. When asked about the establishment of the group, will.i.am Fergie called a "symbol" for the Black Eyed Peas . The song "My Hump" from the album Monkey Business by expressing her that won a Grammy for Black Eyed Peas "Pop group performed best."
After two very successful albums of the Black Eyed Peas, Fergie released her first solo album, The Dutchess released in November 2006. This album does not mean that she will leave the Black Eyed Peas will.i.am it is also - as members of producer groups. The Dutchess sold 279,000 copies in its first week and has sold 6.3 million copies all over the world.
Album produced five highly successful single of Fergie as "London Bridge", "Fergalicious", "Glamorous", "Big Girls Do not Cry" and "clumsy". 5 singles are among the top five in the U.S., including 3 singles reached the top position of Billboard Hot 100. Among them most notably "Big Girls Do not Cry" was the champion in many countries around the world and is the first single from her championship at the United World Chart and was nominated for Grammy Award for "outstanding pop song of women artists, "as well as the most downloaded song on iTunes in 2007.
In 2008, Fergie continued to issue the album The Dutchess: Deluxe Edition has added five new songs, including the single "Party People" reached the U.S. Top 40 and Top 20 in Britain.