Fergivicious

Album: Trap Lord (2013)
  • The song title is a combination of the rapper's name "Ferg" and the word "delicious" — he is saying he is attractive, which is why girls go crazy over him. It's also a play on Fergie's hit song "Fergalicious" where she defined the song title as meaning, "make them boys go loco."
  • Ferg lost his Harlem Boutique owner father, Darold Ferguson, to kidney failure. The rapper is joined by his A$AP Mob cohort whose dad also passed away. Ferg explained at the album's listening party that the song deals with how he can relate to A$AP Rocky because both are fatherless.

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