Fergie Relives Encounters With Devils in New Music Video (Watch)

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(Photo: Reuters/Danny Moloshok)Singer Fergie, of The Black Eyed Peas, arrives at the 54th annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles, California, February 12, 2012.

Fergie is reliving her demonic encounters in the visuals for her latest music video.

In the nearly 12-minute video for "A Little Work," the 42-year-old singer relives her encounter with "devils."

"I got to a point where I was seeing devils everywhere. Devil faces," she says, narrating the video where flashes of demonic looking visuals appear on screen. "Creatures that would appear to me would say 'fly, fly fly.' Maybe not even saying it, just flying around."

The singer, whose real name is Fergie Duhamel, also filmed visuals of a church and scenes where she is shown in a straightjacket and padded room. Fergie went on to explain the torment she began to suffer from.

"I would constantly be in this state of listening to the messages that all of these creatures ... what they were going to tell me what I should do," she revealed. "And life became almost like this whole game. I was just going to lose it I was just going to start screaming at everybody in the street."

In a previous episode of media maven Oprah Winfrey's show, "Oprah's Next Chapter," the singer detailed the demonic encounters during a time in her life when she was overcoming a drug addiction to crystal meth. Fergie decided to turn her life to God after she went into a church and became paranoid that the FBI was after her.

''My brain had been playing a lot of tricks on me. You're kind of living in this alternate reality," Fergie told Winfrey of her drug use. ''I started getting really paranoid. So I went one day into this church and I thought that the FBI and the SWAT teams were outside the church."

It was in that church that she prayed to God and ultimately stopped using drugs.

"So I had a conversation with God... and I said, 'Alright, if I go out there and the FBI and the SWAT team's not out there, then it's the drugs and I'm stopping.' I went outside of the church... and there was no SWAT team, there was no FBI, just me and God," she told Winfrey. "And I kept my promise. That day. That was it."