The Black Eyed Peas member mentioned in an interview with the publication how the video was inspired by cartoons her one-year-old son with husband Josh Duhamel are watching.
"It's kind of psychedelic, which possibly has to do with all the psychedelia I'm seeing in these kids cartoons that I'm watching," explains Fergie.
A lot of celebrity cameos are featured in the video, like Chelsea Handler, Kelly Osbourne, Wilmer Valderrama and Hilary Swank. The video which features a vibrant take on the singer's hometown of LA also features appearances by DJ Mustard and Sevyn Streeter.
The "Kourtney & Khloe Take The Hamptons" official theme song is Fergie's first release since 2013's "A Little Party Never Killed Nobody (All We Got)," according to MTV.
The singer is also in the process of finishing her second solo album, the follow-up to 2006's "The Dutchess." The date for its release has not been finalized but fans can expect the record early next year.
"I'm far in. But you have to at a certain point just let go and say, 'This song is done,'" the singer told Billboard in an interview.
Fergie, whose real name is Stacie Ferguson, also discussed the musical influences of her current studio effort. She cited Amy Winehouse, Ed Sheeran, Jhene Aiko, Guns N' Roses and Robert Plant of Led Zeppelin as inspirations for her still untitled new record.
While the singer refused to divulge much of the details of the album, she did mention her collaboration with Mike Will [Made It], Rocc Star and Black Eyed Peas pal Will.I.Am.
Fergie also mentioned her plans to tour the forthcoming album, saying: "When I'm writing a song and singing a song I see the video, I see how I want to perform it. I'm really thrilled for people to see the video and for them to see how that transitions into the live show because I'm thinking about it all when I'm making the songs."