Fergie is back and not only debuting on the Pop Songs chart, but the Rhythmic Songs tally.
According to Billboard, Fergie's new single, "L.A. Love (la la)," has arrived at no.39 on the Pop Songs chart joining past hits like "Big Girls Don't Cry."
"Fergie tallies her first Pop Songs hit in four years, as "L.A.LOVE (la la)" debuts at No. 39. (It also starts at No. 40 on Rhythmic Songs) She scored five Pop Songs top 10s from her first solo album The Dutchess in 2006-08, including the eight-week No. 1 "Big Girls Don't Cry." She'd had last charted (apart from the Black Eyed Peas) as a guest on David Guetta's No. 24-peaking "Gettin' Over You" in 2010," reports Billboard.
"L.A. Love (la la)" is the first piece of new music we're hearing from Fergie, who is at work on a follow up to the well received debut "The Dutchess." As pictured, Fergie was in the studio with DJ Mustard just last week.