Fergie - Save It Til Morning

October 07, 2017 Critic Jonni 0 Comments

Save It Till Morning - Fergie |

Fergie has brought out a music video for each of her tracks on her new album Double Dutchess and since I am a massive fan of her, I'll probably end up reviewing them all, eventually; so I might as well do one today. I covered this music video on CelebMix, as well as all the others. This is one of my favourites out of them all though, it has a "Big Girls Don't Cry" style to it and certainly has a lot of people stating that it is a refreshed version of that track. Watch Fergie become singer Fenix as she deals with a guy who she no longer loves and decides to leave in this powerful music video for her song "Save It Til Morning".

Fergie, real name Fergie Duhamel and previously Stacy Ferguson, dropped her second studio album Double Dutchess, a few weeks ago, and I am still not over how incredible it is. Literally, it's one of the most versatile albums out, showcasing how her beautiful voice can fit into almost any genre. This song is one of a few ballads on the album, one that I simply adore. It has the perfect music video to go alongside it, as well. The song was written by Fergie Duhamel and Toby Gad.

Directed by Alek Keshishian, the music video also has a "Big Girls Don't Cry" vibe to it; with many fans calling it "Big Girls Don't Cry" 2.0, and I'm not surprised because it certainly feels that way.

We watch Fergie acting as singer and diva Fenix whilst her love interest Jimmy Rojas, who is played by Jay Hernandez, acts as her manager and producer, or so we presume. Their relationship unfolds throughout the music video, as we see them love one another and fall out of love with one another. They fight and argue in the present time, with Fergie leaving in the limo at the end.

It certainly is a high-class version of "Big Girls Don't Cry", taking up a whole new version of events. There's even a solid performance piece where she acts classy and shows her strength. Imagine seeing her live, this song would be incredible on stage.

Overall, the music video is brilliant and truly unforgettable. Fergie really brings a strong front with this song and visual, completely nailing it in every way. It's so great to see how versatile she can be.
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