Did you know? Fergie‘s doing the comeback thing. Real soon — September 29th soon, in fact.

It’s been eight years since The Dutchess, and a lot has changed in music since the days of “Big Girls Don’t Cry”: Lady Gaga came riding in on a disco stick, David Guetta took House to mainstream heights, EDM festivals exploded and murky trap-pop from the likes of Diplo, DJ Mustard and Mike WiLL Made It emerged in the #SomethingMoreUrban sectors of the industry. (Pour it up, pour it up…)

To keep Fergie Ferg hip and #trendy with the kids before “L.A. Love (La La)” drops, it’s only right that then her Fergalicious ode to architecture, “London Bridge,” should be given a modern re-rub.

Enter DSiGNR, a LA-based production duo. The two have taken the track and given it a supremely nazzzty reswizzling, adding tripping hi-hats and twerk-friendly beats to the production and stuttering those vocals beyond belief.

It’s fresh as phuck, and ought to inspire some excitement for Fergie Ferg’s upcoming return. I la la love it!

Wanna go down?