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Ferguson was a member of the children's television series Kids Incorporated and the girl group Wild Orchid.By 1992, the girls began meeting with record labels, but they still could not get a recording contract.They eventually signed a music publishing deal with Sony Publishing before signing a record contract with RCA Records in 1994.From 1984 to 1989, she starred on the TV show Kids Incorporated and was the longest running cast member; she starred in the first six of the show's nine seasons.Ferguson was a member of the female trio Wild Orchid, which she fronted with Stefanie Ridel and fellow Kids Incorporated star Renee Sandstrom.In 2001, she left the group and in the subsequent year began to team up with The Black Eyed Peas.
With The Black Eyed Peas, she enjoyed a series of hits and albums before she released her solo debut album in September 2006 to success. (2009); they attained their first string of Billboard Hot 100 number one songs.
) (born Stacy Ann Ferguson; March 27, 1975) is an American singer, songwriter and actress.
She is the female vocalist for the hip hop group The Black Eyed Peas, with whom she has achieved chart success worldwide.
The third single from the album, "Hey Mama", reached the top 10 in several European countries and later peaked at number twenty-three in the United States. Their next album, Monkey Business, was released on June 7, 2005 and debuted at number two on the U. Billboard 200 albums chart, selling over 295,000 copies in its first week and was later certified triple platinum by the RIAA.
Their next and last commercially released single from the album was "Pump It", which borrows much of its sound from "Misirlou", specifically Dick Dale's version; it peaked at number 8 in Australia but 18 in America.
However, many mocked the song for its poor lyrical content; John Bush, writing for All Music, described it as "one of the most embarrassing rap performances of the new millennium".