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The success of the album's urban contemporary-oriented songs in the adult contemporary market allowed for the success of other artists while Stefani was pregnant and later recording The Sweet Escape.

The Black Eyed Peas member Fergie released her solo debut album The Dutchess in September 2006. The cholas that accompanied Fergie in some of her music videos were viewed as derivatives of the Harajuku Girls and Stefani's "Luxurious" music video. The album's lead single "London Bridge" was paralleled to "Hollaback Girl" and the third single "Glamorous" to "Luxurious". Fergie refuted accusations of piggybacking on Stefani's music.

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Shut the fuck up ew1

London Bridge shits on Hellabroke Girl.  "Urban pop" was the general style back in that era and your homegirl didn't invent it. So try again bitch. Teriaki Barbie can keep her No Doubt nostalgic ass riding that flacid country cock. xtina15

 

 

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Hmm, not really. That was just the it sound back then, I mean you had Nelly doing her thing as well. 

Anyhow, The Dutchess was far more successful than LAMB and TSE. Even tho Cool >>>>>>> Fergie's existence. 

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1 hour ago, Strigoi said:

Shut the fuck up ew1

London Bridge shits on Hellabroke Girl.  "Urban pop" was the general style back in that era and your homegirl didn't invent it. So try again bitch. Teriaki Barbie can keep her No Doubt nostalgic ass riding that flacid country cock. xtina15

 

 

Gwen Did Hollaback Girl in 2004. She lead the way 

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41 minutes ago, Nocturn said:

Not really a rip off, but The Dutchess kind of evoked LAMB vibe at some points.

 

LAMB was a smart pop perfection. The Dutchess was  just a crap for masses.

 

More or less, this is correct. 

 

Not that I didn't enjoy The Dutchess tho.

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Not really a rip off, but The Dutchess kind of evoked LAMB vibe at some points.   LAMB was a smart pop perfection. The Dutchess was  just a crap for masses.

Shut the fuck up  London Bridge shits on Hellabroke Girl.  "Urban pop" was the general style back in that era and your homegirl didn't invent it. So try again bitch. Teriaki Barbie can keep her No

The success of the album's urban contemporary-oriented songs in the adult contemporary market allowed for the success of other artists while Stefani was pregnant and later recording The Sweet Escape.


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